Non Lapsing Binding Death Benefit Nomination

A Non Lapsing Binding Death Benefit Nomination is a death benefit nomination made to the trustee of your superannuation account that does not have an expiry date. Traditionally, Binding Death Benefit Nominations had an expiry of 3 years. This would mean that you would...

Self Managed Super Fund Property Rules

If you have a Self Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF), you have the ability to purchase property provided you abide by the Self Managed Super Fund Property Rules. A SMSF can purchase and hold any type of property. However, there are a few rules. There are many...

SMSF Investment Strategy

An SMSF Investment Strategy is a legislative requirement for every Self Managed Superannuation Fund. Upon establishment of a SMSF you will often be provided with a generic template SMSF Investment Strategy. These types of ‘off the shelf’ Investment...

TOP 16 Benefits of an SMSF

You may have heard the about Self Managed Super Funds or SMSFs  and how good they are. But do you really know the specifics of why they are good? And whether or not an SMSF can benefit you? It’s true that a Self Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) can provide a...

Binding Death Benefit Nomination SMSF

A Binding Death Benefit Nomination within an SMSF is a document provided by a member to the Trustee of the Fund. This document details how the member would like their member benefits paid to beneficiaries in the event of their death. One important point to note is:...