Superannuation - integrity of limited recourse borrowing arrangements

This consultation process has now been completed. Submissions available
Consultation Type
Draft Legislation

Key Documents

The Government has released for public consultation draft legislation and associated explanatory materials for changes to improve the integrity of the superannuation system. These changes are being progressed as part of a package of amendments to address concerns that have been raised in the implementation of the superannuation reform tax package.

The draft legislation will include the use of limited recourse borrowing arrangements (LRBA) in a member’s total superannuation balance and transfer balance cap. The amendments will address concerns about the ability of SMSF members to use LRBAs to circumvent contribution caps and effectively transfer accumulation growth to retirement phase that is not captured by the transfer balance cap.

All interested parties are invited to make a submission by Wednesday 3 May 2017. More information on the Government’s superannuation changes is available on the Treasury website.


17 submissions were received for this consultation.

Affinity - docx 42.53 KB
Assured Super - docx 117.58 KB
Chelle Corporation - docx 804.25 KB
Gina Davidson - docx 21.17 KB
IOOF - docx 191.62 KB
JBWere - docx 19.72 KB
Koustas Co - docx 200.91 KB
Munro Doig Lawyers - pdf 1.56 MB
Ron Doig - docx 23.71 KB
Safe Super Homes - docx 45.93 KB
Tax and Super Australia - docx 27.58 KB
The Tax Institute - pdf 380.55 KB