Let’s Talk About Your SMSF – Self Managed Super Fund


SMSF Investing Strategy

SMSF Investing Strategy

Leverage your super with the right property investment and you could increase your returns.

Take Control of Your Retirement Savings

Take Control of Your Retirement Savings

Statistics show that a self managed super fund can often outperform the returns offered by retail and industry funds. Are you ready to take control of your retirement savings?

Boost Your Retirement Savings

Boost Your Retirement Savings

Imagine having a tenant contributing rent payments into your super savings to boost your retirement nest-egg? It’s possible to buy an investment property in your self managed super fund that could allow you to take advantage of the additional rental income going into your super.


Property Asset Planning is not authorised by ASIC to provide advice on Self Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSF).

The Information that we provide is General and Factual in nature only.

Property Asset Planning always recommends seeking personal advice from a qualified and licensed Financial Adviser who specialises in SMSF’s prior to making your decision to invest.

Property Asset Planning can refer you to a qualified professional in this field.


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Should You Buy Property In Your Super?

There are plenty of benefits to investing in property with your self-managed super fund. The key is to develop a strategy that works for your retirement goals.

What’s Your Retirement Strategy?

Did you know that less than 1% of Australians retire wealthy? Yet with the right planning and the right investments, it’s possible to boost your retirement savings now.

Tax-Effective SMSF Options

Did you know that after retirement, any rental income you earn from an investment property within your self managed super fund could be income tax free? Even if you sell your SMSF property after retirement, it could also be Capital Gains Tax free, making it easier for you to generate a comfortable income in retirement.

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