I have searched the forums, however many posts are quite old and I feel there may be new details and offerings to consider.
I have been researching setting up an SMSF for myself and my wife to consolidate our funds, I am looking at a turn key solution, the main contenders at this stage...
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583,000 SMSF Accumulation mode 583,000
I have a SMSF and running it in retirement phase...meaning I do not pay any income or capital gains taxes. All the portfolio manager's I have looked at all seem to favour the income/capital gains tax accounting layouts, with aged sales throughout the financial years. I do not need any of the...
I have only just joined today after accidentally finding the site.
My questions are:
Would anyone like to describe their approach to their SMSF stock portfolio when they rolled over into a Transition To Retirement or Full Pension state? What sort of stocks did you remove and what...
I have recently settled a Property transaction within my SMSF...leaving me with approx $400k in the SMSF Savings account.
I have a query re the mechanics of my next investment strategy.
I am comfortable I have some good real estate investments outside my Super, so would now like to...
TRANSFER BALANCE ACCOUNT REPORT (TBAR) EFFECTIVE JULY 1 2018
On Friday I was advised of new TBAR reporting requirements for SMSF in pension phase
-- the pollies make things hard!!
There is a 46 slide presentation link below...
Floated in late 2017 at 20c per share and has traded under that price ever since, the % growth in revenue and clients is somewhat spectacular however they need it to be even more spectacular as they burn over a million dollars per quarter and only have 5 million in the bank.
SelfWealth has the...
I am looking for the cheapest fees (including auditing fees) SMSF platform. I am not interested in investment advise. I would like to use Westpac as external broker but I do not want to use the SMSF platform (BT investment) offered by the same bank. Any advise? Thanks!
Hoping someone can answer my query or point me in the right direction - still a bit unclear around the legality and process I need to follow.
My wife and I have a SMSF (we are both between 50 and 55 years old). We also jointly own an income-deriving commercial property. We would...
2 separate topics but some how related
1) I m searching for an budget ( under $1000 including audit) SMSF accountant for a small SMSF, I know there are few around but many of them restrict what broker you use! I need somebody who will allow Interactive Brokers, Also the accountant need...
Currently have our superannuation in one the big firms.
I have read a little about how the SMSF fund is set up and functions.
Rather than paying x% fees with super fund, how does this compare to the costs/effort of running a SMSF with just a couple of ETF's?
Looking at buying and...
I've set up my SMSF so it only holds a bunch of ETFs.
At the moment I am holding
GDX (Vaneck Gold miners)
VAF (Australian Fixed income)
VAP (Australian REIT)
VAS (Australian equities)
VEU (All world ex-US equities)
VHY (Australian high yield dividend equities)...
Hi, from my research it appears that if my SMSF invests in USA shares / ETFs then the tax treatment is:
dividends: USA imposes Withholding tax of 15% on the dividend. This can then be used as a foreign tax credit against tax payable in Australia. If SMSF is in pension mode, it is lost...
If you trade many stocks eg. daytrading via a SMSF, does the Audit fees become completely ridiculous because they will need to audit each trade? I believe auditors charge you depending on how many transactions your SMSF does.
I run my own SMSF and have multiple PC's for home and work(kids) but want a unique setup for our fund. Has anyone done this before? I know software and training courses are an acceptable expense, but a pc seems grey unless you can prove a 100% use for the fund.
I set up a uBank USaver SMSF with Bonus Rate account in April 2011 and was getting 6.31% interest for deposits (not fixed term)
Today the rate has been reduced to 3.11% or 3.51% with SMSF Bonus Rate currently 0.40% p.a. if there are no withdrawals for the month.
UBank SMSF rates are still...