Monthly Archives: January 2014

Basics about Super – Choice of Super Fund

  Generally, if you earn more than $450 a month with an employer, they must pay super at the current rate (9.25% at present) to a complying super fund for you. A complying fund is an Australian super fund that … Continue reading

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Masterclass – SMSF – What Property Investments ARE Allowed?

  With improved changes to allow Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) borrowing, specifically called Limited Recourse Borrowing (LRB also known as LRBA with “Arrangement” added) in 2007, buying property with your SMSF is becoming a very popular strategy, and more people … Continue reading

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NEWS – Super assets grow but average balances are not adequate – Are you working on yours?

On 9 January 2014, Christopher Russell & Jane Harper, in The Advertiser, page 27 [also appeared in the Courier Mail and Herald-Sun] reported – Only one of Australia’s biggest 200 superannuation funds has managed to deliver returns averaging more than … Continue reading

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MASTERCLASS Investment – Accrued Revenue

Revenue is the amount of money a company actually receives over a specific period, which includes discounts and deductions for returned sales etc. It is the “top line” or “gross income” figure from which costs of goods are subtracted to … Continue reading

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