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.
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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. It can be a complex process, with a lot of paperwork and possible tax implications, and the choice of what to do with your super next.