Self-funded retirees could lose out on $5000 to $10,000 a year under Bill Shorten’s proposal to abolish refunds on franking credits.
If you are purchasing a residential property through your SMSF, you can’t live in it and neither can anyone related to you, even if they pay market rent.
Lots of shuffling of legal paperwork and a general air that a tax or investment scheme is “too good to be true”? It is.
The tax office says Bitcoin is not to be classified as “money” so where does that leave self-managed super funds and cryptocurrency?
The nation’s self-managed super market holds $700 billion – that’s a lot of Aussies calling the shots on their retirement! Here are five mistakes to avoid.
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.