Morgans Hurstville specialises in personal superannuation funds and Self Managed Superannuation Funds.
Superannuation is essentially a tax-effective method of saving for your retirement. For many of us, it is the largest asset we have, apart from our homes.
With a variety of contribution options, Superannuation is a complex area. It’s important to form a strategy to make the most of the tax concessions, financial incentives and rebates.
Super contribution options
- Employer - 9.5% super guarantee contributions
- Employee - salary sacrifice contributions
Salary forfeited as contributions to super instead of taking as taxable income
- Employee - voluntary contributions (after tax)
Could be eligible for government co-contribution payments if other conditions are met
- Self employed - deductible contributions
Must derive at least 10% of total income from self employed, business activities
- Self employed or not working - after tax (non-deductible) contributions
Could be eligible for government co-contribution payment if other conditions are met
- Spouse - spouse splitting or spouse contributions
You can view the superannuation thresholds for 2019/2020 here.
By forming a strategy, you may take advantage of:
- Transition to Retirement (TTR) rules
- choice of superannuation
- Self Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSF)
- salary packaging (also known as salary sacrifice)
- retirement income streams
How can we help?
You can access a wealth of experience and knowledge in superannuation through a Morgans adviser.
With a dedicated technical research team, and regular development opportunities, your adviser is kept up to date with legislation changes, the latest strategies, and ways to make the most of your superannuation.
Our service covers saving for retirement, tax effective investment, redundancies and rollovers, along with how to purchase shares for your personal superannuation fund, even if it is not a Self Managed Superannuation Fund.
Contact us for an obligation free review of your investment portfolio or superannuation fund.
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