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SMSFs and rent relief due to COVID-19 and how to make a BDBN without witnessing

Understanding the DBA Lawyers SMSF deed

Bryce Figot and Daniel Butler provide you with an insight into the many value-added features of the DBA Lawyers SMSF deed. They are both wanting to ensure our adviser clients can provide the best service to their SMSF clients having a deeper understanding of the strategies that can be unlocked by using our SMSF deed. [read more]

SMSFs and rent relief due to COVID-19 and how to make a BDBN without witnessing

Electronic execution of deeds by individuals and companies due to COVID-19 temporary relief measures

In this episode of the DBA Lawyers Podcast, we discuss electronic execution of deeds, making an effective binding death benefit nomination (‘BDBN’) and the possibility of SMSFs providing rental relief due to COVID-19. Firstly, we discuss the new temporary relief legislation made by the New South Wales (‘NSW’), Victorian and the Federal governments to allow [read more]

Electronic execution of deeds by individuals

Electronic execution of deeds by companies

In the context of social distancing and the ‘work-from-home’ culture COVID-19 has demanded, corporations have had to adapt their standard means of holding meetings and executing deeds. Accordingly, on 5 May 2020, Josh Frydenberg, made a determination under the new s 1362A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (‘CA’) called the Corporations (Coronavirus Economic Response) [read more]

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SMSF Succession Diagnostic Service

Click here to provide your instructions For many Australians, SMSF investments are a key component of their retirement savings and wealth creation strategies. For example, the ATO confirmed there were more than 600,000 SMSFs with an average value of more than $1.27 million for the quarter ended 30 September 2019. Unfortunately, many do not plan [read more]