Is an SMSF right for you?

Recently, I did a podcast with Josh Stega, The Wealth Guy.

His goal is to bring the topic of personal financial planning into discussion and show you how to manage your money, build your wealth and reach your goals.

The podcast I did was all about knowing if an SMSF is the right choice for you.

So why not have a listen and find out?

I also need to acknowledge that this is the first piece of new content I’ve added for more than 12 months!

I apologise for my lack of content – I confess that I did loose my writing mojo, but I am making an effort to re-connect with the reason WHY I started this blog in the first place – which was to share my knowledge to help others.

Although I haven’t been blogging as frequently, I haven’t been idle.  I’ve been building not one, but two self-managed super fund businesses:

  • Superfund Partners – a specialist SMSF accounting and advice business that looks after mainly self-directed investors and;
  • Superfund Wholesale – a business that provides SMSF administration purely to financial planners and accountants (not available to the general public)

Between these two companies me and my team look after close to 1,000 SMSFs including more than 50 financial planning and advice businesses.

If you already have an SMSF (or are thinking about setting one up), I strongly suggest you check out the Superfund Partners blog and also sign up for our monthly newsletter to keep up to date with the latest news and strategies.

If you have any questions about what Josh and I talk about in the podcast, or if you want to find out more about how I can help you, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

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