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As increasing numbers of Australians look for ways to boost their retirement savings, self-managed super funds (SMSFs) are gaining popularity. So much so, in fact, that the number of SMSF’s grew by 5% in 2022 alone. However, with the rules and regulations that govern SMSFs, they may not be suitable for everyone – so weighing up the advantages and disadvantages of SMSFs before opening one is crucial. Let's explore the most significant benefits of SMSFs, as well as the potential disadvantages of SMSFs. Advantages of SMSFs (The Benefits of SMSFs) Investment Control and Flexibility One of the major benefits of..
A self-managed super fund (SMSF) is a private superannuation fund that you own and manage. In doing so, you get to decide how to invest your super contributions, who can be a member of the fund, and ultimately, whether to keep it running. However, you're also responsible for  ensuring your SMSF complies with all relevant regulations – and dealing with the consequences of non-compliance. An SMSF can be a powerful tool for saving for retirement as it offers greater control over investments, the ability to pool savings with other members, and more flexible costs. However, the process of setting up..