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Set out below are the latest articles that relate to smsf strategies.
By using a contributions reserving strategy, SMSFs can potentially double their annual contributions caps in a single year
If you have ever wondered whether you can move shares or commercial property held in your own name into super, yes you can.
Now that six-member SMSFs are allowed, the question remains; should family members join forces or go their separate ways?
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?
While cash and shares are still the go-to investments for SMSFs, the range of assets they hold are diverse, even in retirement.
Recent changes to superannuation contribution caps and the transfer balance cap make now a very good time to review your trust deed.
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.
All super funds pay the same tax rate, but there are differences in the ability of SMSFs and large super funds to manage their tax liabilities for the benefit of members.
The ATO has updated its advice around what it wants to see in an investment strategy. Here’s what you need to know, along with what you need to do following a market correction.
Market volatility should prompt a look at asset allocations and the potential need to rebalance investments.
It’s tempting for SMSF investors to switch from passive investments to actively managed strategies when markets are volatile and falling. But it’s more important than ever to work out the right trade-off between performance and fees to help preserve precious capital.
Self-managed super funds (SMSFs) are not a set-and-forget proposition. They require constant tweaking at different life stages to ensure they still suit members’ retirement needs. Here, we explore some of the factors trustees should consider as members progress through their lives.