SMSF - Self Managed Super Fund

By: Humble Goode Financial Pty Ltd  02-Mar-2011
Keywords: Financial Advice, Investment Strategy, Financial Strategies

SMSF
What are the benefits of theSelf-Managed Super Service? 1. Control The service allows you to take control of your super, either independently or with the help of qualified advisers. 2. Ease We make it easy for you to establish and manage your fund. As part of the service, we can help you establish a trustee company, obtain a trust deed, establish a fund bank account and integrated online trading facility, lodge documents with regulators and auditors on your behalf, and help you to meet ongoing reporting and administration obligations, among other services. 3. Integration This service enables you to integrate personal financial advice from your financial adviser and it may be possible for you to continue with your existing employer-sponsored super plan and retain some benefits such as employer-negotiated group insurance.*

Keywords: Financial Advice, Financial Strategies, Investment Strategy

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