Super

11 October 2021
Maternity Leave Unemployment Single Income Families – Why Spousal Contributions Might Be On The Cards

Maternity Leave, Unemployment, Single-Income Families – Why Spousal Contributions Might Be On The Cards

Depending on your relationship, you may have discussed with your partner the prospect of marriage. Or you might be more comfortable remaining in a long-term de […]
6 October 2021
Your Super Funds Might Need A Checkup – Do You Know Where To Look

Your Super Funds Might Need A Checkup – Do You Know Where To Look?

When it comes to your retirement funds, you want to ensure that you have an amount in your superannuation fund that will allow you to live […]
20 September 2021
What Is A Stapled Fund And What Does That Mean For Your Future Employees

What Is A Stapled Fund, And What Does That Mean For Your Future Employees?

This year has seen a lot of amendments and changes to the rules governing superannuation funds and their providers by the Federal Government that may have […]
15 September 2021
Your Super Might Provide You With Insurance Options – But Are They Better Than An Actual Providers

Your Super Might Provide You With Insurance Options – But Are They Better Than An Actual Provider’s?

Taking out insurance through a super fund can be a great option for some members, but it does also come with some pitfalls. Super funds typically […]
30 August 2021
Asking For Forgiveness Rather Than Permission Doesnt Work With SMSF Breaches

Asking For Forgiveness Rather Than Permission Doesn’t Work With SMSF Breaches

There is a proverb that says that it is better to ask for forgiveness than to ask permission. Generally speaking, the idea behind this saying is […]
26 August 2021
What Happens To Your Super When You Die

What Happens To Your Super When You Die?

Building up your super is one of the ways that you can finance your eventual retirement. But what will happen to your super if something were […]
9 August 2021
Why You Should Be Checking Your Super Now Rather Than Later

Why You Should Be Checking Your Super Now Rather Than Later

Retirement might seem like a far off dream for many in the workforce, but it’s never too early to start thinking about how much money you […]
5 August 2021
The Superannuation Guarantee Rate Increased On July – What Does That Mean For Your Super

The Superannuation Guarantee Rate Increased On July 1 – What Does That Mean For Your Super?

On 1 July 2021, the Superannuation Guarantee Rate for employees increased from 9.5% to 10% of their wage or salary. With this increase, more and more […]
19 July 2021
Why Should You Use A Corporate Trustee Instead of Individuals For A Family Trust

Why Should You Use A Corporate Trustee Instead of Individuals For A Family Trust?

A family trust is a great structure.  It provides tax flexibility whilst giving you asset separation in two directions.  But what does asset separation in two […]