SMSF

Borrowing to buy property in an SMSF? Find out the common mistakes people make

Borrowing to buy property in an SMSF? Find out the common mistakes people make

While borrowing to buy property in an SMSF can make complete sense, there are mistakes trustees often make that are important to be aware of. This article explains several of those common mistakes.

Want to know why borrowing in your super to buy property can make complete sense?

Want to know why borrowing in your super to buy property can make complete sense?

Want to know why borrowing in your super to buy property, can make complete sense? This article explores 5 reasons why doing so could 'supercharge' your retirement savings.

Is a Self Managed Super Fund Right For You?

Is a Self Managed Super Fund Right For You?

The following is a short article written by Yield Financial Planning Managing Direct James McFall discussing some of the reasons why a Self Managed Super Fund might be an appropriate, or inappropriate, option for you.

Money Management: SMSFs Asset Allocation Too Risky

Money Management: SMSFs Asset Allocation Too Risky

Self Managed super funds (SMSFs) are exposing their portfolio’s to a high investment risk, with a shift towards growth assets, co-founder of Finametrica, Paul Resnik said.

Special Report: The Pros and Cons of SMSFs

Special Report: The Pros and Cons of SMSFs

Below is an outline of some of the biggest pro’s and con’s of starting your own SMSF.

While being aware of the opportunities that exist to utilise a SMSF as a preferred saving vehicle for retirement is important, it is equally important to be aware of the potential pitfalls and negatives of the structure.