Super bad: worst super funds revealed

A recent article in the Sydney Morning Herald reveals the performance (or lack of it) with some of Australia’s best known superannuation funds.  The article claims that hundreds of thousands of superannuation investors would have been better off forgoing the government’s tax breaks on contributions and putting their money in the bank.

Read the full article and find out how your fund is performing here and if you haven’t already, contact us to discuss how a Self Managed Super Fund SMSF can improve your returns and put you back in control of your super.

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