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Who controls an SMSF when a trustee can't?

Thu, 24 February 2022
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM AEST
By Philip La Greca

Who controls an SMSF when a trustee can't?

An adviser’s role is to help clients comply with the superannuation legislation as well as the decision making of the fund. The aging demographics of SMSF trustees means that there is a higher risk that the trustees and the trustee structure become inadequate and leads to immovable compliance issues.

As an adviser you need to identify situations where the trustees are experiencing difficulties and understand what is required to undertake corrective action.

This webinar will cover incapacity of trustees, death of members and trustees as well as the appropriate structures that work in various situations.

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