SMSFs under $1m can be perfectly viable
29 June 2018
Patrick Garrett, CEO and co-founder, Six Park
The Productivity Commission (PC) recently delivered its draft report: Superannuation: Assessing Efficiency and Competitiveness (April 2018).
The draft covered an array of matters related to the superannuation system in Australia, with a focus on needed areas of improvement, both in terms of fees, transparency with members and fund investment performance. This included some findings related to self-managed super funds (SMSFs).
This article touches on 'What low-value SMSF investment returns are relatively poor' with three parts to the answer:
- Fixed fees and costs: ongoing administration and regulatory (ATO/ASIC) costs
- Investment costs: Management of a share portfolio and/or property investment(s)
- Impact of diversification: Generally speaking, poor diversification leads to poor investment returns.
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