Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to SMSFs.
While cash and shares are still the go-to investments for SMSFs, the range of assets they hold are diverse, even in retirement.
John Maroney, CEO of the SMSF Association explains the amnesty on legacy retirement income products that was announced in the 2021 Federal Budget.
John Maroney, CEO of the SMSF Association provides some end of financial year tips for SMSF trustees.
Recent changes to superannuation contribution caps and the transfer balance cap make now a very good time to review your trust deed.
Careful management of capital gains and losses can make a big difference to your retirement savings.
Let’s be frank, at a time of historically low interest rates it’s no wonder SMSF investors have been flocking to franked dividends from shares.
SMSF members will be able to exit old-style pensions for new if this Budget measure comes to pass.
Proposed changes in the 2021 Budget will level the playing field for SMSFs with members who move overseas.
John Maroney, CEO of the SMSF Association provides further insight into Rice Warner’s recent report into the average costs of SMSFs, including the impact of property on costs, plus tips for SMSF trustees on reducing costs and finding suitable providers.
As you approach retirement, you need to consider what you want to do with your super – lump sum, income stream or a bit of both.
The bar has been raised on the amount you can transfer into a pension account, but don’t get tripped up by the details.
As the October deadline looms, SMSFs need to ensure they are ready and able to take rollovers via SuperStream.
A systematic approach is advisable if you want to reduce the impact of climate change on the environment and your future investment returns.
One of the attractions of running your own SMSF is the wide range of investments open to you and the control you have over them, but that doesn’t mean it’s open slather. There are rules you need to follow.
Breaking the rules regarding In-house assets can be costly, so it pays SMSF trustees to understand what they are and how to avoid costly penalties.