SMSF

Small Business and SMSF

INTRODUCTION

Owners of small businesses and people with an SMSF (aka self-managed super fund) are often very similar by nature. They both prefer to be in control, they both like saving money, they both need to be nimble with decisions, and both enjoy higher returns as they are not part of a large corporate.

Control

An SMSF gives you back what a corporate provider takes away – control of your investments. When you assign your superannuation to a corporate provider, you are allowing your money to be invested in their decisions and not your own. By …

Self-Managed Super Funds – Who takes charge when you die?

SMSFMore people are considering doing the self-managed super fund, rather than using a broker that is managing the retirement fund for them. However, the number one question that many people have, is who takes charge of the fund and who is managing it, if the person who always did it, dies? It can be stressful to wonder who will take over the fund and if your family is still going to be taken care of. Here is some information that will make sure that you know who is going to take charge over the super …

Why is SMSF so popular?

 The full form of SMSF is self-managed super funds. SMSF has gained a lot of popularity in the recent times and have become increasingly popular. Research has shown that it is most popular in Australia and many people have taken it for their retirement savings in order to have a safe old age period.

SMSF has the advantage of managing direct shares rather than the managed funds. If you are an investor you can get a lot of savings yourself directly when compared to the managed funds.

With the increasing popularity of SMSF it is …