In this months issue- January 2016

  • Bad Deeds: Is your self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) at risk?
  • Business structures and restructures: Is your business structure working against you?
  • New King Gibson Lewis website
  • King Gibson Lewis team news

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Bad Deeds: Is your Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) at Risk

Your SMSF's trust deed is its rulebook. If the deed does not allow or recognise something then the trustees can't do it. Despite this, a lot of trustees are unaware of what their trust deed says- it was just something that was required when the fund was established. The problem with any document is that unless you amend it, it is only current for the circumstances that existed at that time. However, the law changes regularly and so do individual circumstances. This month, we shortcut the review process and highlight the key SMSF trust deed problem areas.  Read More

Business structures and restructures: Is your structure working against you?

Many business owners don't realise that the business has outgrown its structure until something comes up- and this something is usually something negative.... Read More


New King Gibson Lewis Website Launch

Have you visited our website ( recently? If you have you'll notice it's undergone a makeover during the Christmas and New Year period ... Read More  

King Gibson Lewis Team News

Sadly we will be farewelling Renae Scott on the 1st February 2016. Renae has been with us for over 17 years and she will be greatly missed... Read More  


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