Mr Taxman
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ANNUAL superannuation statements are hitting mailboxes. Instead of skipping to the closing total and filing it away take our super statement road test to see how your retirement savings are really travelling.
BUMPER returns on retirement savings have delivered double-digit growth for fund members but making slight tweaks to accounts can also help add thousands of dollars to your balance.
SELF-MANAGED super funds have slammed proposals to cap the amount wealthy investors can accumulate in the tax-advantaged funds at $2.5 million.
IT’S entirely erroneous to believe running a self-managed super fund is much more expensive than being a member of a super fund regulated by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, says Adrian Raftery.
Fears of an emerging systemic risk in the self-managed super funds sector — home for more than $530 billion in Australian retirement savings and the ­nation’s fastest-growing nest egg — have promoted a call for a radical overhaul of the supervision of the SMSF sector.
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