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Supercharge your super

Posted on Aug 17, 2015 by CFL Financial

An individual’s superannuation is typically one of their biggest assets along with their home. So while it is natural to start thinking about how you can boost your superannuation balance leading up to retirement, putting in the effort well before then can make a big difference to your retirement lifestyle. Below are four simple ideas to supercharge your super:

Make additional contributions: Although employers are legally required to contribute to your chosen superannuation fund, relying on these contributions alone means it can take quite a while for an individual’s super balance to grow. Making additional, voluntary contributions, also known as salary sacrificing, is a popular way to boost an individual’s superfunds. With salary sacrificing, individuals can contribute a maximum of $30,000 if they are under 50, or $35,000 if they are over 50 years old.

Pool resources with your partner: Combining your super with a partner in a joint SMSF can provide an individual with an even larger amount of money to invest. Combining super also means you may pay less in fees, as one set of fees typically covers all the members of an SMSF.

SMSF tax benefits: There are quite a number of tax advantages for some asset classes or investments held within an SMSF. SMSF trustees also have the ability to manage the taxation implications of investment transactions on member accounts.

Shop around: Because an SMSF usually offers more investment options than a managed superannuation fund, individuals can often boost their super by shopping around for better returns. Although cash, property and shares are the most popular asset classes for SMSFs, there are other options such as investing in other listed securities or managed funds, bonds or warrants.

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Retirement-in style

Retire in style checklist™

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