Make sure you meet all your SMSF obligations before lodging your fund’s annual return. Create and Protect Financial Planning group helps you set realistic lifestyle
- August 24, 2015
Even when you’re setting up your SMSF you need to consider what happens when the SMSF ends, or ‘winds up’.
Consider including specific wind-up requirements in your fund’s trust deed. This would cover the events that could lead to the fund winding up and how members’ super will be paid out or rolled over in those circumstances.
*reprint from the Australian Taxation Office