Should your SMSF be wound up?
When considering when or if your SMSF should be wound up, there are several aspects that need to be considered, such as what other options you may have, how your assets will be dealt with and what administrative requirements need to be attended to.
Resources on winding up a self managed super fund are available below.
Lessons associated with this course are reserved for members of our free community and SMSF Connect members.
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