Take control of your super with a DIY Superannuation fund
A Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF or DIY Super Fund) performs the same role in managing its members’ investments as other superannuation funds. Generally, the difference is that the members of self-managed super funds are also the trustees, meaning that they have control over how and where investments are made. A SMSF allows you to control your contributions, investment choices and benefit payment timings.
¹ The investments need to be in line with the SMSF's investment strategy.
² There is a possibility that you can use an SMSF to minimise your tax liability. We strongly recommend you consult with your tax adviser before you establish an SMSF.
Is a SMSF right for you?
You should be comfortable with making investment decisions, and informed about the levels of responsibility required. As trustee for the SMSF you are responsible for the compliance of the fund. You should be aware that superannuation laws are complex and there are heavy penalties for failure to comply with them. We recommend you seek advice before deciding if a SMSF is right for you and read widely on the topic – a starting point is information provided by the ATO.
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