Published on 21 Aug 12
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
How good is your super fund deed? Is your deed due for an update? With this presentation, learn what should be in the deed and what is better left out.
This presentation covers:
- the structure of a SMSF deed and identify the good and bad drafting points
- examples of poorly drafted or out of date clauses as well as examples of overdrafted deeds
- highlights key strategies that only work if permitted by the deed.
Scott is a Partner with Brisbane law firm Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers. Scott and his team specialise in assisting accountants, financial planners, lawyers and other advisers with issues that affect their clients. These include tax and superannuation advice, estate planning, business succession and asset protection, restructuring, business sales and purchases, company, trust and superannuation fund establishment and commercial documentation.
- Current at
26 September 2017