Superannuation – When is a binding nomination really binding?

The Supreme Court of Queensland has recently found that a purported binding death benefit nomination in a self managed superannuation fund was not valid. The nomination referred to payment to "Trustee of Deceased Estate". It was found that, due to the distinct difference in the role of an executor and the role of a trustee of a deceased estate, … Continue reading Superannuation – When is a binding nomination really binding?