The SMSF Association engaged the University of Adelaide to examine the financial performance of self-managed super funds (SMSFs) relative to APRA regulated funds.
This joint research venture is based on financial statement data from over 318,000 SMSFs for the period 2017 to 2019 – a sample size representing more than 50% of all existing SMSFs.
The research establishes a new threshold to which an SMSF becomes competitive, showcasing that an SMSF may be a suitable option for individuals with lower superannuation balances than previously imagined.
Navigate your way through this high-level summary which expands on the purpose of the research and the methodology used, as well as explains the key findings in detail, alongside insightful commentary from the SMSF Association.
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At the time of publishing, the contents of this resource were accurate and correct.
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