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10/10/2018 | Events, Tax Events, trust, trust resolutions

Trust resolutions in high-res

Discover the detail
Webinar recording from our final series of Tax Events for 2018 focused on the importance of trust resolutions and how getting them wrong will cost you.

To finish off our recent Tax Events seminar series, hosted in conjunction with Redchip, tax expert Trung Vu ran a one hour webinar on our seminar topic, Trust Resolutions in High-res.

In this webinar, we run a microscope over trust resolutions, dissecting the common mistakes and misunderstandings. This webinar discusses essential elements for achieving relevant resolutions and provides solutions for complying with tax laws, as well as examining some of the latest points of interest around trusts.

Watch the webinar below and click here to download the corresponding paper.

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