Self Managed Super Funds (SMSF)
Self Managed Super Funds (SMSFs) are fast becoming the most attractive wealth accumulation vehicle in Australia. If you have a superannuation balance in excess of $200,000 you should consider the merits of a Self Managed Superannuation Fund. Some of the benefits include:
- Greater flexibility and control
- Ability to manage tax more effectively
- More investment options
- Active asset management
- Legislation allowing for gearing within superannuation
- Effective estate planning
- Transparency of fees and holdings
Take Control of Your Superannuation
There are some significant tax benefits available through Self Managed Super Funds. It is for this reason that compliance is one of the major risks within the structure.
This is where Fusion Group can help. Not only are we able to provide advice on the investment strategy for the fund, we are also licensed to handle the compliance management of the fund through Fusion Business Advisory. This synergy makes a SMSF a simple and easy option for you to grow your wealth.
Find Out More
To find out more about how a Self Managed Super Fund can benefit you, request a SMSF Info pack or make an appointment for a complimentary consultation at our offices in Norwest Business Park in the Hills district of Sydney.
NOTICE: Regarding Unsolicited Emails
We have recently learned of unsolicited emails that are being sent out, claiming to be “Fusion Financial Services” which typically contain the subject line “Invoice Is Ready For [Insert Name].”
While the sender may appear to be The Fusion Group, we want to confirm that this is not the case. The email includes a virus in the form of a Word document, claiming to be an invoice from Fusion. In the event that you receive an email that fits this description, close the message immediately and report it as spam.
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