Category Archive: 'Self Managed Super Funds'

Can I go back to work if I’ve already accessed my super?

When you access your super at retirement your super fund may ask you to sign a declaration stating that you intend to never be employed again. But there may be compelling reasons why someone would subsequently return to work. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) the most common reasons retirees return to full […]

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Understanding SMSF contributions.

Understanding SMSF contributions Contributions can play an essential role in a self-managed superannuation fund. Your contributions can be made in two ways – by cash or an asset (known in the trade as ‘in specie’ contribution). Typically, your SMSF can accept: employer contributions personal contributions salary sacrifice contributions super co-contributions eligible spouse contributions The Australian […]

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Understanding How SMSF Contributions Work

Understanding How SMSF Contributions Work

Contributions can play an essential role in a self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF). Your SMSF contributions can be made in two ways – either by cash or an asset (known in the trade as ‘in specie’ contribution). Typically, your SMSF can accept: ·         employer contributions ·         personal contributions ·         salary sacrifice contributions ·         super co-contributions ·         […]

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