#79 – Family Trust Deeds: What all advisers must know

The Tax Office and Courts alike are increasingly focused on trustees who inadvertently breach the terms of a trust deed.

Invariably the any adviser assisting the trust will be implicated in any alleged breach.

This case study based webinar will explain the key issues all advisers must be aware of with trust deeds, including:

  • Definitions of income and capital
  • Understanding the key beneficiary classes
  • Family Trust Elections and Interposed Entity Elections
  • Vesting and perpetuity issues
  • Valid exercise of variation powers

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Dyan Burgess

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