Self managed super funds can be difficult to navigate but they don’t have to be.
The world of running a self managed super fund (SMSF) can be complex enough, with the economic and global challenges of the last two year adding a whole new level of uncertainty and complexity. But within every challenge are great opportunities.
Navigate your self managed super with an SMSF Specialist by your side
One of the greatest advantages of having your own self managed super fund is its flexibility. You can invest in new opportunities and adjust your asset allocations as and when you want to.
Now is the ideal time to seek the assistance of a trained and independently accredited SMSF Specialist to review, evaluate and adjust your SMSF to ensure it capitalises on new opportunities and new realities as they emerge from the current global crisis. Or, alternatively, to assist you with the set up process, and guide you through complex and uncertain times.
To find an independently accredited SMSF Specialist near you, click the button below.
Look for the mark of excellence
Why choose an independently accredited SMSF specialist?
The SMSF Association is the independent, professional body representing Australia’s self managed super fund sector.
The SMSF Association Specialist logo is a symbol of excellence and demonstrates that the individual’s SMSF expertise has been independently endorsed by the Association.
The professionals listed in our Find a Specialist directory are a trusted source of information and advice for anyone managing their own super, as they have gone through rigorous and independent accreditation and maintain their high-level skills and knowledge through ongoing education.
Find a specialist
Do you have questions about your SMSF or financial future? Find an independently endorsed SMSF Specialist in your area by using our interactive ‘Find a Specialist’ function.
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