The SMSF Property Investment Trap

Financial Advisor

Awareness continues to grow around Australian’s using their superannuation savings to invest in property via a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF).  Whilst SMSF’s have always been able to invest in property, it has been the ability for funds to borrow, which has opened up opportunities considerably. Less well known are the restrictions on improvements to

Self Managed Super Continues to Boom

Financial Planning Services

According to research by the Self-Managed Super Fund Professionals Association of Australia (SPAA) and Russell Investments, more than 26,000 new SMSF’s were established during the 2009-10 financial year, equating to around 500 new funds each week. The research found 1 in 10 people surveyed who did not already have an SMSF, indicated that they planned

What are ETFs?

Financial Advice

ETFs – Exchange Traded Funds, are flavour of the month for those in the know at the moment, and it wont take long for word to get out to the broader public.  As at July 2010 there was $3.7billion invested in ETFs in Australia alone, a remarkable 70% increase on 12 months prior.  Australia has