Self Managed Super Funds

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SMSF Basics

A self managed superannuation fund (SMSF) is a superannuation fund that individuals can establish instead of having a retail, corporate or industry fund.

The SMSF is managed by its members which gives them control over specific investment choices involving their superannuation. They can tailor their own investment strategies and select specific assets such as listed securities, managed investments, cash and term deposits, international equities, instalment warrants and so on.

To learn more, please refer to the SMSF section on the Australian Tax Office website.

What is an SMSF?

Find out the features of an SMSF, the advantages and how an SMSF works.

Investment Strategy

You'll need to develop an investment strategy for your SMSF. Find out your investment options and investment restrictions.