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These testamentary trust changes provide benefits to beneficiaries such as asset protection and tax concessions.
Cooper Grace Ward
Testamentary trusts may protect family assets and can provide great benefits and flexibility in your estate plan.
Kells
If a member loses capacity without an EPOA, it creates a time-consuming and costly challenge for the SMSF to resolve.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Trustees may be liable for the foreign person surcharges if any of the potential beneficiaries of the trust is a foreign person.
Holman Webb
Certain NSW trustees may need to make urgent changes to their trust deeds, to avoid paying extra stamp duty or land tax.
Bartier Perry
Background & snapshot of new laws relating to NSW duty & land tax surcharges that will impact discretionary trusts.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
In many family law property settlements, there may be taxation or duty consequences that neither spouse has considered.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
This new bill intends to limit the amount of tax concessions available to minors for income from a testamentary trust.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Adopting the family discretionary trust is often a key part of strategic planning but not understanding it, is planning to fail.
Cooper Grace Ward
A reminder to amend your discretionary trust deed to exclude foreign persons as beneficiaries before 31 December 2020.
McCullough Robertson
The exemption is available when a foreign trust or company makes a significant contribution to the Queensland economy.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
These amendments aim to implement the recommendations of independent reviews relating to the construction industry.
Cooper Grace Ward
A recent case in the NSW Supreme Court reinforces the importance of knowing where your original trust deeds are located.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
An interest in partnership property before it is wound up is an equitable interest under a trust, but not a fixed trust.
McCullough Robertson
Trustees have until 31 December 2020 to exclude foreign residents as potential beneficiaries of NSW discretionary trusts.
Kells
If the trust does not explicitly exclude foreign persons as beneficiaries, the trustee is considered a foreign trustee.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
As a new financial year approaches, take time to review key aspects of your business to ensure a successful year ahead.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Federal Court confirms the ATO view on taxation of capital gains made by the trustee of an Australian non-fixed trust.
Cooper Grace Ward
For those trusts that made a family trust election (FTE), getting trust distributions wrong can have major implications.
Cooper Grace Ward
Trustees who distribute capital gains to non-resident beneficiaries need to include these gains in assessable income.
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