Tech Know - Recent ATO rulings of importance for SMSFs

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Today’s podcast focuses on the ATO Law Companion Ruling on the Non-arm’s length income – expenditure incurred under a non-arm’s length arrangement and the ATO draft consolidation outlining proposed changes to Tax Ruling 2010/1 that explain the interactions between non-arm’s length income provisions and the rule around superannuation contributions. 

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