Keeping yourself and your SMSF safe online is critical these days. So take our SMSF cybersecurity questionnaire to make sure you’re covering all bases.
As June 30 approaches, it’s time to make last-minute contributions and get your SMSF housekeeping chores done and dusted.
If you’ve got time on your hands and a good grasp of the super rules, then doing some of your own SMSF accounting tasks may be worth considering.
If there’s one thing certain in life it’s this – things change. If you or another member of your SMSF want to take your leave, strict rules apply.
There are strict rules governing paid work you can and can’t do for your SMSF. Getting it wrong can be costly.
If you have a self-managed super fund (SMSF) with a corporate trustee, then you need to be aware of the new requirement to apply for and obtain a Director Identification Number (Director ID).
Most things in life benefit from some planning. Resolving to do these simple actions will help your SMSF run smoothly and could even boost its performance.
As SMSFs are now able to have six members instead of four, here’s a refresher on the process involved in increasing your fund’s membership.
At the start of each year we put together a calendar to help you keep on top of your SMSF to-do list for the next 12 months.
Just because you’ve chosen a DIY fund, doesn’t mean you have to do everything yourself. But if you choose to do most of the work, there are legal hoops to comply with.
Before you set out on your SMSF journey, you will need a road map known as a trust deed.
An annual audit is one of the necessary chores associated with running an SMSF, but it can save trustees from inadvertent and costly breaches of the rules.
If you’re new to SMSFs then you may also be new to minute-taking. If so, we request a minute of your time to guide you through the process.
Like everything to do with SMSFs, there are rules and processes to follow when the time comes to call it a day.
SMSFs have many attractions but keeping up with the admin is not one of them. Here’s what you need to know to stay on the right side of the law.