The Trusts Act, which came into full force and effect on 30 January 2021 provides for mandatory and default duties, a statutory limitation of exemption and liability, introduces a presumption regarding the provision of basic trust information to every beneficiary and obligations regarding retention of core documents.
An amendment to the Tax Administration Act has introduced new reporting obligations for complying trusts that have application from the 21/22 financial year.
Inland Revenue has re-issued a Revenue Alert reiterating the Commissioner’s views regarding diverting personal income utilizing, amongst other things, trading trusts.
At the same time, there has been increased litigation involving trustees.
As the role of trustee comes under the spotlight, it is important to consider what the role of trustee entails, appropriate fees from the perspective of the trustee as well as that of trust settlors and beneficiaries.
This webinar will consider the services trustees provide, the fees charged and matters to take into consideration when establishing the scope of trustee services and fees for trustee services. Also considered will be:
This webinar will advise and inform attendees regarding the range of services offered by trustees and the fees charged.
Lawyers, accountants, trustees and financial advisers.
Vicki Ammundsen, Director, Vicki Ammundsen Trust Law Limited
1.25 CPD Hours