SMSFs – know your options

Self Managed Super Fund’s (SMSFs) are funds that can be 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.

Important information

Scammers are targeting super and may contact you about setting up a new SMSF account. Protect yourself, find out more about current super scams. 

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.

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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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1. Personal financial product advice is provided under the Australian Financial Services Licence held by a third party and not by AustralianSuper Pty Ltd. Fees may apply.

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