The Game Has Changed: How technology is disrupting the Self-Managed Superannuation Fund industry
07 December 2017
Recent developments in technology and automation has made SMSFs more accessible and affordable than ever before. In the past, the traditional rule of thumb was that you needed assets of at least $200,000 (if not $500,000+) for an SMSF to be cost-effective. The rise of new technology-driven services is challenging that notion. It is now possible for an SMSF to be economically viable with balances of closer to $100,000, especially if you have fairly simple affairs and needs.
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