SuperCentral has announced it is providing access to new bundled documents upon SMSF establishment.
The document services include company establishment, change of trustee, and access to the Macquarie Cash Management account.
“These new bundled services provide real time efficiency via a convenient online documentation process which also provides for legal review to ensure ongoing compliance as well as secure and fast delivery,” said Nikki Rivers, chief operations officer at SuperCentral.
“SMSFs are subject to trust law and as such require a level of supportive legal expertise, particularly when dealing with different corporate structures and myriad governance requirements.”
This follows the release of the Townsends and SuperCentral Estate Planning Service, which aims to make law firm Townsends' “specialist knowledge” available to advisers through modern technology.
“Our flagship estate planning guide and testamentary manual is designed specifically for advisers to guide their clients through the intricacies of their testamentary documents and gather the right information to formulate an estate plan suitable for every client, regardless of the size or complexity of their financial situation,” SuperCentral and Townsends stated.
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