The amount of money you should have in super to make it worthwhile setting up your own self-managed super fund (SMSF) is a contentious issue.
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An SMSF trustee declaration is an Australian Taxation Office (ATO) document that summarises the duties and obligations of an SMSF trustee or director.
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.
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.
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.
Depending on who you believe, self-managed superannuation funds range from being the greatest invention of the modern age or the most likely cause of the next financial crisis.