SMSF Property Investment has become a popular strategy for investors in recent years.
If you set up a self managed super fund (SMSF), you make the investment decisions for the fund and are responsible for complying with super and tax laws.
An SMSF must be run for the sole purpose of providing retirement benefits for the members or their dependents.
To learn more about the laws pertaining to Self Managed Super Funds, please check the ATO website.
With widespread media coverage and attention on the potential shortfall of many Australian’s retirement savings, self-managed super funds are growing in popularity.
Despite this, there are still self managed super funds pros and cons you need to be aware of.
According to the ATO there are now over 500,000 SMSFs in existence and over 1 million trustees.
The reality is, how you manage your superannuation and retirement savings today will have a significant impact on the choices you will create for yourself in retirement.
Which is why SMSFs are rapidly becoming a favourite for Australians who want greater control of their retirement plan.
This webcast is intended to give you a broad summary of SMSF property investment and includes:
You can learn more about SMSFs, in our Introduction to Self Managed Super Funds article.
Alternatively, please contact the MRD Self Managed Super Funds team today and we can help you decide whether this strategy is suitable for your long term strategy and goals.
Nick is the Founder and Managing Director of MRD.
Nick is in his element when he is inspiring, mentoring and teaching safe and responsible finance and investment strategies.
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