3 Tips When Running An Australian Self-Managed Super Fund

  Many Australians are now choosing to control their self-managed super fund. The features of managing your account include greater control over your investment strategy; choice and variety of investment belongings and potential cost benefits – this can be rewarding both individually and financially. However, when you become an SMSF trustee, you undertake the administrative duties designed to make sure your account complies with the law. These responsibilities include planning an annual come back and audit, valuing the fund’s resources, record keeping, and withholding taxes. To be a self-managed super fund trustee, you must comply with the lowest requirements laid …

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