SMSFs – know your options

Self Managed Super Fund’s (SMSFs) are funds usually established by an individual or family as a means of looking after their own super savings. All members of an SMSF are trustees and are responsible for investment decisions and compliance with super and tax law.

Things to think about when considering an SMSF

With so much information out there, what do you need to consider when deciding if an SMSF is right for you? The time and cost it takes to start and run an SMSF, as well as the expertise needed to deliver returns are key factors.

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How to wind up your SMSF

If you’ve decided it’s time to wind up your self-managed super fund (SMSF) then you may be wondering where to start.

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SMSF or direct investment option?

If you’re looking to be more hands-on with your super, direct investment options can give you more control without the commitments required to manage your own SMSF.

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Latest scam alert - SMSF scam

ASIC has advised that scammers are calling or emailing Australians targeting them to set up a new SMSF. The scammers may look like a legitimate Australian company by using a similar business name, website and email address.

If you are unexpectedly contacted by a person claiming to be a financial adviser or from a company that can help set up a SMSF, be cautious, it’s likely to be a scam.

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