Monthly Archives: September 2019

SMSF Basics – What is SMSF (Self Managed Super Fund) and what types are there?

Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSF) are one type of super fund similar to the commercial public funds, in that they are trusts. Super funds can be in 3 forms – Independent large super funds such as retail, industry, bank and financial … Continue reading

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Masterclass SMSF – Non-commutable pension and death of an SMSF member – complex stages

What happens with an SMSF member account  with a Non-Commutable Pension (which means you cannot take out lump sums or withdraw the full amount) who has recently re-married, is the single-member in her SMSF, with the new husband as the … Continue reading

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CASE STUDY – David & Kate – Help with Administration

David and Kate already had set up their Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF). Over time though, the administration tasks and collecting documents together for the preparation of year-end accounts was not what they found easy to achieve – which is similar … Continue reading

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MASTERCLASS Investment – What is EPS – Earnings Per Share Ratio?

Earnings Per Share (EPS) is a measure of the company profit compared to the shares of its common stock. The result serves as an indicator of a company’s profitability. It is common for a company to report EPS that is … Continue reading

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Basics about Super – Raise the superannuation guarantee above 9.5% for adequate retirement nest egg – research finding

Do we need to raise the superannuation guarantee above 9.5% to provide an adequate nest egg? Will we have enough to retire comfortably, based on the current super saving system, where employers put aside 9.5% of your wages into a … Continue reading

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