It’s a give and take game Gen Y!

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According to The Australian Government, one of the most confronting and evolving matters seen today, is the lack of Financial literacy among Gen Y. Providing financial education to our kids today, presents the best possibilities for our monetary future and stability. With knowledge, this has the potential to lead to more responsible; borrowing, investing, saving […]

Benefits of an SMSF

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For an ever increasing number of Australian’s looking for greater control and value from their superannuation, a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) appears to be becoming the retirement vehicle of choice. So what are the benefits of an SMSF. There are now more than 400,000 funds in existence, with the value of assets residing in […]

Property in my SMSF? The rules of SMSF property investing

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Property investing within your self-managed super fund is a highly regulated and therefore, playing by the rules is essential! When I purchase a property through my SMSF, can I live in it?  When it comes to purchasing residential property inside your SMSF, one of the most strict rules is that any members or relatives of […]

Know your Non Concessional Super power

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In order to maximise your superannuation savings, contributions must be made, however, how do you know how much each year to deposit and what benefits or penalties (taxation) do you need to be aware of? Lets now look specifically at non concessional contributions. Non concessional contributions, also known as ‘after tax’ contributions, are contributions sourced […]