There are legitimate reasons for maintaining reserves in your SMSF, but the ATO is keen to point out that avoiding tax is not one of them.
Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to SMSF investment options.
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If you are a passionate collector or connoisseur, then you may be able to use that knowledge to boost your retirement savings.
Now that some of the initial hype has gone out of cryptocurrencies, it’s a good time to take a clear-eyed view of their investment potential.
Managed accounts are increasingly taking the place of managed funds in self-managed super fund (SMSF) portfolios because they give advisers the ability to act swiftly when markets move, as well as offering tax advantages and improved transparency.
In specie transfers (also known as off-market transfers) are transfers of assets in and out of super funds, rather than transfers of money. We take a look at the pros and cons of in specie transfers relating to SMSFs.
How to invest in infrastructure through a SMSF. We look at new ways of accessing this asset class.
MDA’s are increasingly popular – we look at what they can offer and what situations they can really work in.
Platforms and wraps are a simple and cost-effective way to get access to ASX-listed securities, margin lending, more managed funds than you could ever want, a wide range of term deposits and cash facilities. Here’s what you need to know about them.
ETFs are a type of low-cost managed fund that can be bought and sold on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) just like shares.
ETFs and LICs are like managed funds in that your money is pooled with other investors to create a large portfolio of assets which is professionally managed.