Your guide to tax treatment of super payments

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We all work towards building up our super fund during our working lives, but what are the implications of your clients taking super payments before they reach retirement age?

There are a number of reasons your client may be withdrawing money from a super fund, so having a good understanding of the tax implications is imperative. This tech update provides an overview of how withdrawals and payments from the superannuation environment are taxed and illustrates this with a number of relevant examples.

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