Become a member and take charge of your SMSF journey.
Membership to SMSF Connect positions you at the forefront of the latest self managed super fund information, empowering you with the tools to seek the best outcomes on your SMSF journey.
Be the first to hear from the SMSF Association about the latest SMSF and super news, be kept up to date and access a wide range of key SMSF and investment resources.
Join the free community to access:
Benefits of membership:
- Key compliance information to help you manage your SMSF with confidence
- Important investment information including diversification, portfolio construction and specific asset classes
- Your guide to who to talk to, when, regarding your fund
- Interactive tools
- Important news articles and resources to keep you up to date and informed
- National face to face events
- Access to all resources across the website and be first to know about the latest information
- Free and preferential tickets to national events
- Exclusive access to the latest research
- Exclusive access to the latest information on markets, industries and trends
- First access to recorded webinars
- Opportunity to have your voice heard through our advocacy efforts with Government and Regulators
- Special member exclusive offers
- Weekly News Digest delivered to your inbox weekly, summarising key SMSF and super news articles for the week, with direct links through to articles hosted in key publications such as the Australian and Financial Review, usually restricted to those with a paid subscription
If you have an existing SMSF, you may be able to claim your SMSF Connect membership as a tax deduction.
The most common claims that an SMSF is entitled to make are included in TR 93/17.
Amongst the claims that a fund is entitled to claim are Subscriptions for Memberships that assist you to run your fund.
Two common tips when paying expenses related to your SMSF:
- Make sure that the invoice is in the name of the SMSF
- If at all possible ensure that the expense is paid out of the bank account of the SMSF. If you pay SMSF expenses from your own personal or company account they could be deemed to be a contribution to the fund.