It’s important to have a regular review of your superannuation to ensure that you’re on track to a comfortable retirement.
Over the course of your entire career, it’s easy to lose track of super along the way. Take a few minutes to find your lost super today, and thank yourself tomorrow.
There are now a number of different funds where you can invest your money, with SMSFs becoming an increasingly popular option.
What is clear is that SMSFs do rate very well in terms of performance against the other funds, contrary to some perceptions out there.
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.
"It is worth noting that even when the larger balances held in self-managed funds are allowed for, their satisfaction remains higher than other funds."
You plan for retirement together, so why not save for it together? Spouse contribution splitting lets you look out for your significant other.
Looking out for your financial future is important. If you’re single, these simple options can help you boost your retirement savings.
If you have more than one superannuation account, it could be time to consolidate them and save a stack of money at the same time.
Here are five key questions to ask about superannuation so you can make sure you’re in the right super fund.
Legally speaking, there are no superannuation requirements for the self-employed.
You don’t have to contribute to your super if you work for yourself, but making regular payments is smart.
Are you looking for a way to boost your retirement savings?
Sacrificing a portion of your salary can help you boost your super and save you tax.
Worried you won’t have enough super for retirement? We show you ways to get in control of your nest egg.
Running your own SMSF means you need to comply with annual tax and accounting requirements and be familiar with SMSF rules and regulations.
SMSFs don't have to always be DIY - getting expert advice when you need can be a smart investment.
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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.
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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)