Superannuation (SMSF)

Taking control of your superannuation can be an important step in your wealth creation strategy. With an important decision comes the need for specialised help – think of tax concessions, flexibility and generational planning.

Our experienced team of tax experts can guide you through the complexities of having a SMSF, including your tax obligations and legal requirements from start to finish. If you already have a SMSF or would like to explore what this would mean for you, we’re here to help.


Education around the process of setting up a SMSF

Advising on which investments are allowed inside a SMSF

SMSF creation

Preparation of financial statements and tax returns ready for audit

Ensure tax compliance

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