SMSF software provider Class has partnered with one of the well-known SMSF education and documentation providers to offer users legal, pension and compliance documents.
Class has partnered with The SMSF Academy, a company providing training and documentation to mid-sized accounting and financial planning practices.
Through a tiered membership model, The SMSF Academy will provide Class users with legal, pension and compliance documents.
The documents are pre-populated with data from Class and The SMSF Academy members can generate unlimited electronic SMSF documents, subject to a fair use policy, said Class.
Members also have access to monthly accredited CPD courses on SMSF technical issues and strategies through The SMSF Academy’s integrated learning and document platform, Campus.
Class chief executive Kevin Bungard said the super changes raised the bar for accountants in terms of understanding the implications of the new rules and the compliance workload.
“The integration between The SMSF Academy and Class brings even greater efficiency to the compliance and reporting process by allowing users to build compliant SMSF documents by importing fund data from Class,” said Mr Bungard.
The SMSF Academy managing director Aaron Dunn said The SMSF Academy is “looking forward to helping users of Class navigate the super changes and build better SMSF businesses.”
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