One of the most popular investments by self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) trustees has long been commercial property.
Artwork, antiques, rare coins and vintage wine can be lucrative investments for your SMSF, but you do need to know the rules.
The short answer is yes. However, there many rules and traps to watch out for if you are considering reonovating a property owned in a SMSF.
Scott Morrison tells retirees to spend your super and not leave your nest egg for the next generation.
How much do you need to kick start your SMSF? For those looking to open an SMSF, a minimum balance of $200,000 is required to make it a viable option.