Correct SMSF documentation and process is essential to allow a safe passage of death benefits to intended beneficiaries.
Self-managed super is a common vehicle for super savings. What does it offer and why are so many Australians choosing self-managed super for themselves?
Royal Commissions’s Interim Report affirms a broken aged care system and promises to “chart a new direction for the sector, bringing a clear sense of purpose and of quality, and a renewed focus on compassion and kindness”.
Young adults entering the workforce stand to benefit from a little guidance when making the transition to working life. We share practical tips to help them on their way.
The new work test exemption will provide a window of opportunity for some recent retirees with lower super balances to top-up their retirement savings.
SMSF trustees need to plan for the possibility that one day they’ll be unable to run their own super fund. What are your options, and what steps can you take now to be sure you’re prepared when and if that day comes?
In his first Budget, Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg made only minor changes to super and focussed instead on further personal income tax cuts.
More Australians than ever before are utilising a government-subsidised Home Care Package in order to stay in their own home for longer as they age. Here, we share some of our key learnings to help you get the most out of your HCP.
As the federal election looms, so too does uncertainty over the future of franking credit refunds. How fair is Bill Shorten’s proposed ‘line in the sand’ on who is and is not affected by the proposal?
Your super balance will be a significant asset when you die and it should therefore be considered very carefully in your estate planning. This is particularly important given that it will not automatically be covered under your will.