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2 weeks ago

Anthony Wolfenden

Squaw Valley first Monday after the holidays. Kids are back in school and the weather is wonderful. ... See MoreSee Less

Squaw Valley first Monday after the holidays.  Kids are back in school and the weather is wonderful.

2 weeks ago

Megan Wolfenden

Self-care Transformation vlog 104
Final. 1 year done. Lessons learnt.
Thank you to everyone who supported me through this time and shared their experiences. Best wishes for 2020 and beyond
#selfcare #meganwolfenden
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2 weeks ago

Anthony Wolfenden

Sunset over Lake Tahoe. Quick snap from the car (as Alex was driving) ... See MoreSee Less

Sunset over Lake Tahoe.  Quick snap from the car (as Alex was driving)

3 weeks ago

Megan Wolfenden

Self-care Transformation vlog 103. Happy New Year. May 2020 be amazing for you and your family.
#happynewyear #selfcare #meganwolfenden
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3 weeks ago

Megan Wolfenden

Self-care transformation vlog 102 with Anthony on the slopes on Christmas Day. But I said 101 on the video incorrectly. Happy to be exercising and getting out having fun.
#skiing #squawvalley #meganwolfenden
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4 weeks ago

Megan Wolfenden

Self-care transformation vlog 101
Skiing in Squaw valley California. Very spoilt
#skiing #squawvalley #meganwolfenden
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3 months ago

Anthony Wolfenden

SMSF Deeds and Automatic Trustee Removal.

A good SMSF trust deed might include terms to automatically remove a trustee should they become insolvent / enter liquidation / receivership / bankruptcy.

Banks providing Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangements might take issue with this and request removal of these terms from the trust deed.

In the absence of an automatic removal of trustee clause, a liquidator/trustee in bankruptcy assumes the powers of the trustee, including the power to sell assets. This completely undermines the asset protection provided by the trust structure, which is after all one of principle reasons for their use.

Keep this in mind when you review your trust deed or if someone asks you to change it to remove these terms. #SMSF
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5 months ago

Anthony Wolfenden

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