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Federal Budget 2018-19



What insurance is included as part of my employees' super with Rest and is it impacted by the Government’s proposal?

What do my employees need to do to ensure they keep their insurance cover with Rest?

Can my employees get their insurance cover reinstated if it’s removed from 1 July 2019?

What do my employees need to provide to Rest to receive a tax deduction on their personal superannuation contributions?

What happens if they don’t notify Rest or make an ‘up front’ declaration in their tax return?

Do my employees need less than $300,000 in total or just in one superannuation account without needing to meet the work test?

Do the voluntary contribution concessions apply to all retirees?

Do the contribution caps still apply?

Are my employees a ‘lost’ or ‘inactive’ member?

How will the ATO help if my employees have an inactive superannuation account?



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