As you approach retirement it’s natural to start thinking about ways you might boost your superannuation balance. We offer some simple ideas.
To take control of your superannuation is not a simple one, with many factors to take into account. The minimum balance required to launch a SMSF is just one of these considerations.
In today's world of add-on sales, businesses are always keen to sell more to the consumer.
The purpose is simple - to sell you something you did not ask for.
Your future prosperity largely depends on how well you invest your super.
An SMSF can give you greater control over your financial future, and may allow you to build a bigger nest egg.
Over a million Australians have walked away from regular superannuation funds and taken control with an SMSF.
So could you do a better job than the industry insiders?
Investing in Australian property can seem like an unattainable dream.
But did you know that you can use an SMSF to buy property through your super - and potentially boost your retirement savings at the same time?
Regulators have loosened their grip to allow SMSF members to purchase property using borrowed funds. But is this the right strategy for you?
Property ownership is a popular investment for many reasons – relative stability, foreseeable growth…
If you have been considering establishing a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) with a low-cost SMSF administrator,
you may find that the SMSF administration market is inundated with “free” offer claims..
When one offers a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) service at fees significantly below the competitors on an annual basis, it is to be expected that some potential clients may have doubts.
In the past, most people invested their Superannuation in Retail or Industry Superfunds to which their employers contributed a percentage of their salary.
Fund managers then made investment decisions on behalf of the members of those Funds.
Starting your own SMSF can help you take control of your future and plan for your retirement.
However, it’s crucial to make sure you’re fully aware of your obligations and have the skills and resources to act upon them before you sign on.
We’re living longer than ever before, so how much super do you actually need and can you make it last longer?
A pension in your SMSF offers a tax-free way to draw on your super. You can start reaping these benefits by setting up a super pension today.
For many people their super is their second biggest asset after their home, so it makes sense that they would want to take control of their financial future.
A compulsory superannuation system was established in the early 1990s as a way of providing a comfortable retirement for all Australians.
There are now a number of different funds where you can invest your money, with SMSFs becoming an increasingly popular option.
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financial situation or particular needs. ESUPERFUND does not provide financial product advice or recommend any financial products:
This applies equally to those financial products which are established for your SMSF when you become a client of ESUPERFUND.
Where this publication refers to a particular financial product then you should obtain a Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) relating to that product and consider the PDS before making any decision about whether to acquire the product.
We also recommend that you should seek professional advice from a financial adviser before making any decision to purchase any financial product referred to on this website.
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When setting up a SMSF it is important to understand that additional fees may apply that must be carefully considered prior to making a decision to setup a SMSF including an
ATO Supervisory Levy
Company Trustee Setup Fee (where applicable)