SMSF 2021 demonstrates how to manage and respond to the vital SMSF issues that affect you and your clients with a focus on achieving the best outcomes for both parties.
Designed to reduce risk and maximise efficiency and outcomes, SMSF 2021 is a not to be missed workshop for all professionals in the SMSF audit and advice space.
SMSF 2021 explores the common issues facing advisors and reveals the areas where we see advisers make mistakes. In this comprehensive one-day workshop, we get into the depth of, and explain the hows, whys and solutions to, the current issues confronting advisers and auditors.
Complete with interactive learning exercises, this workshop will test and expand your knowledge.
SMSF 2021 presents real life scenarios that you are likely to face in your SMSF work, together with the solutions to manage and overcome the issues presented. Plus, build the depth of your knowledge by being involved in the group discussion exploring the different treatment options available and their likely outcomes.
Ray is a Director of accounting firm Hayes Knight and a registered SMSF Auditor with extensive experience in the audit, accounting and administration of superannuation funds.
Ray has expanded Hayes Knight’s Superannuation Division considerably over the last few years. As the head of the SMSF division, he has developed and implemented the processes and procedures to create an efficient, accurate and proactive SMSF compliance, administration and audit service. In addition to his work with Hayes Knight, Ray also heads Hayes Knight’s SMSF audit and administration outsourcing company, Superssentials Pty Ltd.
Ray is that rare breed of person who is not only practical but detail conscious with an in-depth understanding of the impact of the regulatory environment faced by the profession.
Before joining Hayes Knight, Ray was in management roles with Knowledge Shop and Dixon Advisory
Natalie has spent well over a decade immersed in the intricacies of how SMSFs operate, navigating an increasingly complex legislative and regulatory environment, and managing the issues that arise servicing client needs (and wants!).
She has led the SMSF divisions of mid and second tier firms and understands SMSFs from the ground up – accounting, tax, structuring and advice. At Knowledge Shop, Natalie is an advisers’ adviser, helping the profession clarify the practical requirements and opportunities of SMSFs. She brings this knowledge to her presentations and explores the issues in a very practical way – knowledge that is immediately transferable in practice.
Natalie is a Chartered Accountant and a specialist member of the SMSF Association.
Perth Tuesday, 16 March 2021 | Melbourne Thursday, 18 March 2021 | Sydney Monday, 22 March 2021 | Brisbane Thursday, 25 March 2021
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