Australians are always on the lookout for new ways to fund their transition into retirement. Using the superannuation fund to invest in precious metals commodities is a financial channel that many utilize to secure their future, particularly investments in gold. When it comes to investments in gold, Australia should take cue from Germany’s methods in […]
See this page: http://www.superannuationwarehouse.com.au/running-smsf/estate-planning/ Estate planning, or SMSF wills, are becoming more topical. See the new content we posted on this page.
There were limited changes for SMSF in the 2014 -2015 Budget. A summary of what is relevant for SMSF in this budget is noted below: No excess contribution tax for non-concessional contribution From 1 July 2013, individual who makes excess non-concessional contribution now has an option to withdrawn the excess amount together with any earnings […]
Reduction in Superannuation Guarantee (SG) rates As the abolition of the Mineral Resources Rent Tax was unsuccessful, the rate for SG will be frozen at 9.50% for four years instead of two, starting from 2014/2015 Financial Year. After the 2017/2018 Financial Year, the SG rate will increase 0.5% every year and reach 12% at the […]
We have added Macquarie CMA Bank accounts for our super funds. A fee free option with an interest rate the same as the official RBA rate. See this page for more info: http://www.superannuationwarehouse.com.au/running-smsf/macquarie-smsf-bank-account/
What is a SMSF (Self Managed Superannuation Fund)? A SMSF (Self Managed Super Fund) allows Memberse to control their own super investments for retirement purposes. A SMSF can have from 1 to 4 members in the Fund. Each Member must be a Trustee or Director of the Corporate Trustee. Trustees decide how the SMSF will […]