The trustee's minute serves as a record of a trustee's resolution or decision made under a trust deed.
One key issue faced by trustees and accountants is how to make the resolutions correctly and prepare minutes to both properly reflect and give effect to the decisions.Cassandra Townsend, Thomson Reuters
Trustees of discretionary trusts can make decisions:
To assist with a trustee's proper record keeping, Cleardocs is developing a range of meeting minutes and resolutions for administration of a discretionary (family) trust. These cover:
Keep an eye on our site in coming weeks…
You can read earlier ClearLaw articles on a range of trust topics.
Daniel is a lawyer in the Maddocks Tax & Revenue team.Daniel advises extensively in the following areas:
His advice covers both direct and indirect tax considerations.
Prior to joining Maddocks, Daniel worked at a Big Four Chartered Accounting Firm focusing on tax consulting for mergers and acquisitions.
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