Superannuation Advice

superSuperannuation, we all have it and your employer contributions started accumulating as soon as you entered the workforce. Superannuation is your future nest egg. It is the way to save money for retirement and there’s a range of options and investments available to maximize savings and minimize expenses, including the use of a self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF).

Seeking advice on your superannuation is a smart idea. It allows you to be informed about your current circumstances, future prospects and opportunities available. It also allows you to ‘get the facts’. Superannuation funds took a hit in the GFC and many individuals started to lose faith in their super funds. This is a good time to invest in your future and be confident in your super plans, by getting the right advice.

For example, did you know that a SMSF is not for everyone? There are positives and negatives and seeking professional superannuation advice, tailored to your needs and circumstances, will ensure you are choosing the best path to build your future wealth.

There are many benefits to superannuation. Contributions may be tax deductible or can attract a tax offset, investment earnings and capital gains can be taxed at a lower rate than an individual’s marginal tax rates (more in your pocket) and your super benefit can be paid as a tax-free pension or lump sum. Some simple, super boosting strategies include:

Two Common Superannuation Mistakes

At SMSF Strategic Advisors we’re passionate about superannuation and providing professional advice to help piece together your path to wealth. For more information contact Rita Zappulla on (07) 4225 5428 or

General Advice Disclaimer - The information provided on and made available through this website does not constitute financial product advice. The information is of a general nature only and does not take into account your individual objectives, financial situation or needs. It should not be used, relied upon, or treated as a substitute for specific professional advice. We recommend that you obtain your own independent professional advice before making any decision in relation to your particular requirements or circumstances.

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