An SMSF can offer varied options for your retirement nest egg

Seniors Retiring Planning

Key Benefits: Investment Choice – They have a wide variety of Investment Options and can give greater investment control. – An SMSF can invest in: Direct shares, Cash accounts, term deposits, bonds, commercial property, residential property, managed investments, precious metals, unlisted trusts, etc Tax Strategies – In accumulation phase, income from assets held in super […]


ASIC’s Laura Higgins shares her Superannuation Tips

ABC Weekend Breakfast hosts ASIC’s Laura Higgins to talk about Superannuation. Background on Laura: Laura is a Senior Executive Leader at ASIC and specialises in educating individuals on superannuation and protecting themselves online. In this video, Laura speaks with ABC hosts about Superannuation tips and tricks. These tips include: Get advice. Superannuation can be really […]


SMSF: Why you should set up a self-managed superannuation fund

self-managed superannuation fund

Every year 60,000 Australians establish a self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF). With this phenomenal growth, SMSFs should really stand for “so many, so fast”. While more than 1 million people have their own SMSF, others wonder whether they should have one while many know little about them. If you’re the latter, don’t feel guilty. Irrespective of […]


Superannuation Rates & Threshholds

superannuation rates

We have compiled a list of important rates and thresholds for Australian superannuation (for the 2017/18 financial year). Concessional contributions cap- Concessional contributions include employer contributions (including contributions under a salary sacrifice arrangement) and personal contributions claimed as a tax deduction by a self-employed person (or by any person from 1 July 2017). Income Year […]


2017 Superannuation Changes

Superannuation Changes 2017

Treasury Law Amendment (2017 Measures No.2) Bill 2017 makes various technical superannuation changes in relation to the Government’s package of changes to superannuation, which generally take effect from 1 July 2017. One of the technical amendments included in this Bill, relates to Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangement (‘LRBAs’) entered on or after 1 July 2017 and […]