Aussies are facing a retirement shortfall, with new research showing self-managed super retirees need $122,000 more to retire comfortably than a year ago.
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.
Get the maximum benefit from your super nest egg with these most-asked questions on SMSF.
The most common reasons for winding up an SMSF are failing health, demanding compliance, divorce and a low balance that makes the SMSF too costly. So when is it time to exit your fund?
Should we pay off our home or top up super?
Research from the Self-Managed Superannuation Association (SMSF) points to a few reasons why the government should ditch the concessional contributions cap.
Considering starting a self-managed super fund? You and your family’s circumstances will determine which is the right choice for you.