How to Admit a Child Member into your Self-Managed Super Fund
So you’ve made the decision to admit a child member, now you need the documents.
In this edition of our newsletter Elizabeth Wang has discussed the issues relating to the admission of a child member to a self managed superannuation fund.
If you want to admit a child member or have provided your professional advice to someone who does, the next step is to implement the decision.
Our “admission of a child member” documents provide the necessary resolution and advice for a child to successfully become a member of a self-managed super fund.
Don’t take chances with compliance documents. Always ensure that your documents meet all the legal and regulatory requirements necessary for the peace of mind that comes with knowing your fund is fully compliant.
Please contact Townsends Business & Corporate Lawyers on (02) 8296 6222 or email email@example.com for pricing and assistance with ordering this handy document.
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