1. Jimmy Lee says:

    Hi Trish
    This is the first time I read your articles and it is very informative.
    Why is the temporary relief advantageous to pensioners when they are getting lower pension?
    Is it because they can get more from aged pension or other government assistance?


    • Terry Rodricks says:

      Hi there,
      Thanks for your information on pension relief. Could you please clarify the following.
      Calculation of minimum pension for a person aged 60 and balance $100,000 on 1st July
      100,000×3%=3000/12=$250 per month or annual payment of $3000
      I would appreciate if you could clarify that the required annual minimum should be equally distributed over the year.

  2. alan barnes says:

    Thank you all for keeping me up to date as a SMSF trustee. Ps. I got 100% first go. Thank You for all of the info, which I read and digest. A happy 66 year young.

  3. Dave Rode says:

    I am a Financial Information Service officer at the Cranbourne office and find your site very helpful. thank you.

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