Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to SMSFs.
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.
Corporate trustees are becoming increasingly popular with SMSFs, but an individual trustee structure also has its merits.
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.
The number of SMSFs in Australia has continued to rise in recent years, along with average individual member and overall fund balances. The majority of SMSFs have been operating for more than ten years and have corporate trustees, with this structure becoming very popular since 2015.
Controlling your own financial destiny is an appealing prospect for many Australians, but it’s important to understand the costs as well as the benefits.
SMSFs offer more control than other super funds, but strict rules apply. Follow our 9-step guide to ensure your fund complies with all your legal obligations from the outset.
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.
For all its complexity, super boils down to one simple goal. Lose sight of that goal, and the ATO will come knocking.
Graeme Colley, executive manager, SMSF technical and private wealth, SuperConcepts kindly answers readers SMSF questions.
Like everything to do with SMSFs, there are rules and processes to follow when the time comes to call it a day.
If you have ever wondered whether you can move shares or commercial property held in your own name into super, yes you can.
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.
SMSF trustees need to understand the potential impact currency movements can have on their international equity portfolios.