Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to SMSF administration.
When planning who gets what when you die, many people forget about their SMSF. It’s not just about the distribution of fund assets, but who’s in control.
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.
If you’re prepared to do a lot of the grunt work yourself, running your own super fund need not be costly.
Running an SMSF can sound appealing when you start out, but as the years pass there are many reasons you may want out. So, what are the alternatives?
Running your own self-managed super fund has many benefits. But unless you have a high degree of SMSF and investment knowledge, as well as plenty of time available to manage your fund, you’re likely to need some professional help. Here we look at the factors you’ll need to consider before you choose a provider.
Having your own SMSF can be a rewarding experience, provided your fund is set up correctly from the get-go. Here are the nine steps required to get your SMSF up and running.
Many SMSFs start off with just one or two members but, as members’ children mature and become adults, some SMSF trustees seek to add dependents to their fund.
One of the first decisions you must make when setting up an SMSF is whether to choose a corporate or an individual trustee structure. We take a look at the pros and cons and the key differences between the two structures.
An SMSF trust deed is a legal document that outlines how the fund will be set up and how it will operate. An Australian SMSF must be established with a trust deed that is compliant with Australian superannuation legislation.
Legislation is soon expected to pass that will enable larger SMSFs. Are you thinking about adding members? Let us know in our poll.
Learn what happens in an SMSF audit, how to find an SMSF auditor, and what are the average SMSF audit fees.
Six member SMSF funds – they sound like a sensible idea, don’t they? Put the family in one super fund, make joint investment decisions, help the children save and heaps more reasons. Why not?
Life is never quiet for SMSF trustees. With new contribution limits and recovery from the pandemic, it looks like the new financial year will be no different.
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.