National Conference 2021
SMSF succession planning and SMSF property development have each experienced important changes in recent times. This session will examine the key cases and ATO materials from the last 12 months that all SMSF practitioners must be aware of. In particular, this session will examine:
- Can the holder of an enduring power of attorney execute a binding death benefit nomination?;
- What to do when a deed is lost but a photocopy is available;
- How should a client exercise a discretion to pay death benefits?
- Which SMSF property development structures are risky?
- What is safest way to structure an SMSF property development?
- Much more.
At the end of the session, you will be able to:
- Knowing how to deal with binding death benefit nominations where the member has lost capacity;
- Knowing the appropriate steps where a deed is lost but a photocopy is available;
- Knowing the relevant considerations when exercising a discretion to pay death benefits and how to best assist clients accordingly, and;
- Knowing which methods of structuring an SMSF property development cause risk, and which methods are most likely to comply with the various laws.
The contents of this resource are taken to be correct at the time of publication.
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