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Benefits of an SMSF

The structure of an SMSF

Setting up an SMSF

Fees and charges

So what is a Self-Managed Super Fund? And is one right for me?

Self-managed superannuation funds (or SMSFs) are a way of saving for your retirement. The difference between an SMSF and other types of superannuation funds is that the members of an SMSF are usually the trustees. This means that the members of the SMSF run it for their own benefit and are responsible for complying with Australian superannuation and taxation laws.

SMSFs are widely recognised as offering greater control and flexibility over investment choice. Although traditional industry and retail funds offer a wide range of investment options, the ability to invest in direct property (residential and commercial) as well as collectibles, such as; antiques, artwork and jewellery, are features unique to SMSFs. For small business owners, the ability to purchase a commercial property through an SMSF can be particularly appealing.

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• SMSF Setup
• SMSF Property
• SMSF Loans
• Self Managed Super Funds pros and cons
• Self Managed Super Fund property investment strategies
And the answers to these questions:
• What are the SMSF property rules?
• When can I access my self managed super fund?
• What is involved in setting up a self managed super fund?
• How much are the Self Managed Super Fund fees?
• Are Self Managed Super Funds worth it?
• Self Managed Super Funds for Dummies – Where does one start?

Like all other superannuation funds, self-managed super funds (SMSFs) are a way of saving for your retirement. There are many good reasons for setting up a SMSF, one of them being taking control of your superannuation and investment decisions.
If you are thinking about setting up a Self-Managed Super Fund, and is it right for you, you need to do some research and seek sound advice to determine what the real benefits are for you.