SMSFs - opportunities and risks for older members

For those with a self-managed super fund, what happens if you become incapacitated or when you die? It’s not the cheeriest of subjects, but it’s important to plan well in advance, for your peace and that of your loved ones.

That’s according to tax specialist, Michael Jones, Superannuation and Business Advisory Partner at Mazars, who details the opportunities and risks for older members of SMSFs.



Published: 01/03/2023

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