A self-managed super fund is the most flexible super structure available. Find out the key points on why an SMSF might be for you.
How an SMSF can simplify your super by having everything under the one umbrella.
There are three key responsibilities the trustee of an SMSF needs to undertake to ensure the fund is managed in the best interests of its members.
Whether you're setting up an SMSF for one person or the maximum four people, you need to appoint trustees to manage the fund - individuals or a company.
When there are two or more of you in an SMSF, you need to think about what stage of life you are at and how this influences your decisions.
Many SMSF investors choose to combine their funds with their partner or kids, but it comes with both pros and cons.
With an SMSF you are able to purchase outright or take out a mortgage on a residential property or your business premises.
To reach any goal, you need a plan of attack. Discover how investment strategy is crucial to your financial future and will help you live comfortably when you retire.
Setting up your SMSF starts with working out what your investment strategy will be and going from there.
They say a happy spouse means a happy house. Taking these points into account should help ensure smooth sailing for couples with an SMSF.
The tax office is keen on helping you fix mistakes before they become a larger problem which could jeopardise the assets in your fund.
We bust popular SMSF myths - find out how much you really need in super to have an SMSF, what you need to do and how to do it.
We show you that while a corporate trustee might cost extra to set up it provides more flexibility to make changes to your SMSF in the future.
You might actually be closer to starting an SMSF than you think, especially if you’re combining your balance with a partner.
Aussies love bricks and mortar, but many don't realise using an SMSF to invest in property can cause you to have too much invested in one asset class.
Do you want to buy an investment property or pick your own shares and funds? If yes, an SMSF might be for you.
We explain why the smaller size of SMSFs affords them some luxuries not available to ordinary super funds.