National Conference 2021
With the increase to the maximum number of members in SMSFs seemingly on its way, a spotlight has been cast on the opportunities associated with adding more members in SMSFs.
But disputes amongst SMSF members are on the rise, so as well as the advantages, what are the downsides of more SMSF members, how can disaffected members exit SMSFs and what should advisers do where they come across or are suggesting multi-member SMSFs?
At the end of the session, you will be able to:
- Understand the risks of multi-member SMSFs;
- Consider the options for exiting members from multi-member SMSFs, and;
- Be aware of the advice that should be given to people when they become members of multi-member SMSFs.
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