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CREATE THE FINANCIAL FUTURE YOU DESERVE

With a bricks and mortar investment strategy.

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What is a Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF)?

A self managed super fund is defined as a fund or portfolio established by one to four people (typically family members) for the sole purpose of providing retirement benefits.

While self managed super funds enjoy the same financial benefits and concessions as retail, corporate or industry super funds, the key difference for many people is the ability for members to take personal control of the assets invested. 

One way to do this is via self managed super fund property investment. Through self managed super fund property investment you can earn up to 6% return on investment per annum. Get in touch with us to learn more about how to make the most of your super.

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Want to know how you can make 6% return on your super?

GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR SUPER

Earn 6% return on an investment (PA)

  • Fixed term 12 or 24 months
  • Fully SMSF compliant
  • No hidden fees
  • No stage payments
  • Single H&L purchase contracts
  • 100 year co-op secure history in Australia
  • Peace of mind investing
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Looking for a secured cash investment?

SHELTER YOUR SAVINGS

EARN 6% RETURN ON A CASH INVESTMENT GUARANTEED

  • Minimum investment of $50K
  • Guaranteed 6% pa – paid monthly
  • Fixed terms for 12 months
  • No fees or hidden charges
  • Peace of mind investing
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It’s natural for us to want to protect our life saving so we need to be thorough in our search for best protection options.  ATO Self managed Super fund Portfolio Statistics show that the number of self managed super portfolios registered each week in Australia is now over 1000 with the total number of SMSF’s now over closer to 600,000. Up to 7% of self managed super Co-operative Portfolios now hold residential property as an asset, whilst the value of residential property held within SMSF’s has increased by 60% between 2008 and 2013. It’s important to speak to our experts who can assess all of your options to make sure you protect your best future and home security, whilst working in with your accountant.