Self managed super funds have become increasing popular in managing and planning for your own retirement. There are now more than 500,000 SMSF operating in Australia, approximately 48,000 have been established this financial year alone. This industry is predicted to grow further in future years as individuals see the benefits of investing directly into cash, equities, property and other assets.
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This information on this page is intended to provide background information only and does not purpose to make any recommendation upon which you may reasonably rely without taking specific advice. In particular it should not be considered financial product advice for the purposes of the Corporations Act 2001.
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