The advantages of conditional membership in an SMSF
16 May 16 |
CCH TAX WEEK
Issue: Issue 18, 6 May 2016
Pages: pp 1-4
There can be reasons why one might want to share a self managed superannuation fund (SMSF) with others.
This article looks at instances where conditional membership can be invaluable.
An SMSF deed that allows for conditional membership, together with appropriate supplementary documentation including a company constitution, can provide members with greater peace of mind. Having a conditional membership strategy in place should minimise the opportunity for costly and uncertain disputes that will place the SMSF and its members at significant risk.
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Daniel Butler, CTA of DBA Lawyers, Daniel is one of Australia’s leading SMSF lawyers and has worked predominantly in the SMSF, tax and related fields for over 30 years. He is a regular presenter on SMSF topics and has published extensively in professional journals including contributing a monthly article on SMSFs to the Taxation in Australia and other media. Dan is a member of the ATO’s Superannuation Industry Relationship Network (SIRN), the Chair of the Tax Institute’s National Superannuation Committee, a member of the Law Institute of Victoria’s Tax Committee, and is involved with a number of other tax and SMSF committees and discussion groups. Dan presents on the subject Taxation of Superannuation at the University of Melbourne’s Master of Laws/Tax program. Dan is also a Specialist SMSF Advisor.
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