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Superannuation is a long-term savings arrangement that operates primarily to provide income for retirement. It involves employers, the self-employed and employees making contributions over a period of time to a superannuation fund.

SMSF – “are a way of saving for your retirement. The difference between an SMSF and other types of funds is that, generally, the members of a SMSF are also the trustees.”

A self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) has to meet the following conditions:
•    It has less than 5 members;
•    Each individual trustee of the fund is a fund member;
•    No member of the fund is an employee of another member of the fund, unless those members are related;
•    No trustee of the fund receives any remuneration for his or her services as a trustee.

A SMSF can also have a company as a trustee (known as a corporate trustee) if:
•   Each director of the company is a member of the fund;
•   The fund has less than 5 members, no member is an employee of another member (unless related) and the trustee does not receive remuneration for their services as a trustee.

Advantages of SMSF:
•    They can have greater investment freedom;
•    They can actively participate in the management of the fund;
•    There are reduced formal reporting requirements; and
•    Often more flexible retirement planning and estate planning options are available.

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