Tax Planning, Retirement, and Super
Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF)
Saving via a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) is a popular way to efficiently reduce taxes. Contributing money to a SMSF can minimize gross income and when used in conjunction with voluntary contributions can build your next egg faster.
One of the key benefits of a SMSF is investment control, and the wider investment choices that SMSF members have compared to industry and retail super funds – namely real estate, shares, private investments, thus giving SMSF members greater opportunities to increase their retirement funds.
When undertaking retirement planning, it is also important to consider all items below
- Succession planning
- Wealth preservation
- Inheritance tax and subsequent deceased estates
National Accounts is experienced in dealing with the complexities of all of the above.