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SMSF Conversion - Standard & Premium

$357.50 - $544.50

SMSF Conversion - Standard** 
Standard Conversion of an existing SMSF trust deed without sighting or legal review of the current trust deed $220.00 + Automatic Update.
Conversion Deed  
1st Year Annual Update                     
Total Fee       
           $220.00
          $137.50
              $357.50
For more information on SMSF Deed and Update, please click here
SMSF Premium Conversion
SMSF Premium Conversion
Conversion of an existing SMSF trust deed to SUPERCentral, requiring a full legal review of the current trust deed $407.50 + 1st year automatic update.
Conversion Deed  
1st Year Annual Update                     
Total Fee          
          $407.00
          $137.50
              $544.50
Special QPS pricing for our bulk conversion service is also available. Please call our Service Desk on (02) 8296 6266 for further information or assistance.
For more information on SMSF Deed and Update, please click here
 
SUPERCentral SMSF Timeline
Lists all of the Legislation and Regulatory changes to the
SUPERCentral Governing Rules from 2006 to today.
To access please click here
** STANDARD SMSF CONVERSION
Generally, most self managed superannuation fund deeds are drafted with very wide amendment powers which permit the current provisions to be completely replaced by new provisions. For most funds, the only limitations to the amendment powers are to preclude amendments which adversely affect the value of a member’s accrued benefits or which cause the fund to cease to be a complying superannuation fund. While the SUPERCentral Rules will only permit accrued benefits to be adversely affected in situations permitted by the SIS Act and will not cause the fund to cease to be a complying superannuation fund, there is the possibility that the existing amendment provision is too narrow to allow a complete replacement of the Governing rules. Further, there may be particular provisions in the current deed which are of a particular benefit to the fund and which will not be replaced in the SUPERCentral Governing Rules. By using the SUPERCentral Standard Service you understand, accept and agree that SUPERCentral Pty Ltd and/or TOWNSENDS BUSINESS & CORPORATE LAWYERS will not be undertaking a legal review of the current provisions to determine whether these issues are relevant to the particular fund and are not liable in any way to any person for any detrimental effect of any kind caused by, arising out of or in any way relating to the supply of the Standard Service or the supply, execution or effect of a conversion deed prepared or supplied by SUPERCentral Pty Ltd and/or TOWNSENDS BUSINESS & CORPORATE LAWYERS pursuant to the Standard Service and any trustee of a fund using the Standard Service hereby releases SUPERCentral Pty Ltd and/or TOWNSENDS BUSINESS & CORPORATE LAWYERS from all liability thereafter.

SMSF Conversion - Standard** 

Standard Conversion of an existing SMSF trust deed without sighting or legal review of the current trust deed $220.00 + Automatic Update.

Conversion Deed  $220.00  
1st Year Annual Update        $137.50   
Total Fee        $357.50

                              
For more information on SMSF Deed and Update, please click here

SMSF Premium Conversion

Conversion of an existing SMSF trust deed to SUPERCentral, requiring a full legal review of the current trust deed $407.50 + 1st year automatic update.

Conversion Deed  $407.00 
1st Year Annual Update  $137.50
Total Fee   $544.50

                                                         
Special QPS pricing for our bulk conversion service is also available. Please call our Service Desk on (02) 8296 6266 for further information or assistance.

For more information on SMSF Deed and Update, please click here
 
SUPERCentral SMSF Timeline

Lists all of the Legislation and Regulatory changes to the SUPERCentral Governing Rules from 2006 to today.

To access please click here


** STANDARD SMSF CONVERSION


Generally, most self managed superannuation fund deeds are drafted with very wide amendment powers which permit the current provisions to be completely replaced by new provisions. For most funds, the only limitations to the amendment powers are to preclude amendments which adversely affect the value of a member’s accrued benefits or which cause the fund to cease to be a complying superannuation fund. While the SUPERCentral Rules will only permit accrued benefits to be adversely affected in situations permitted by the SIS Act and will not cause the fund to cease to be a complying superannuation fund, there is the possibility that the existing amendment provision is too narrow to allow a complete replacement of the Governing rules. Further, there may be particular provisions in the current deed which are of a particular benefit to the fund and which will not be replaced in the SUPERCentral Governing Rules. By using the SUPERCentral Standard Service you understand, accept and agree that SUPERCentral Pty Ltd and/or TOWNSENDS BUSINESS & CORPORATE LAWYERS will not be undertaking a legal review of the current provisions to determine whether these issues are relevant to the particular fund and are not liable in any way to any person for any detrimental effect of any kind caused by, arising out of or in any way relating to the supply of the Standard Service or the supply, execution or effect of a conversion deed prepared or supplied by SUPERCentral Pty Ltd and/or TOWNSENDS BUSINESS & CORPORATE LAWYERS pursuant to the Standard Service and any trustee of a fund using the Standard Service hereby releases SUPERCentral Pty Ltd and/or TOWNSENDS BUSINESS & CORPORATE LAWYERS from all liability thereafter.