Do you have an existing SMSF, or are you thinking it might be a good idea? We have a broad experience is this area and can provide tax planning advice and ongoing assistance with your SMSF. We have all the tools to help you set up and manage your SMSF optimally. We provide expert strategy advice in Superannuation and Self-Managed Super Funds.
We provide a comprehensive range of services and support to small business owners to help you with every aspect of your business. We aim to help you to improve your profitability and minimise your taxation by being pro-active and timely with reliable and personalised service.
If you have in-house accounting or bookkeepers, we can work with them to support your team and provide tax and accounting assistance as the year progresses. We are always looking for ways to reduce your compliance costs and minimising your taxes.
We regularly deal with a range of tax issues and we make a point of understanding the tax needs of every client. Whether you need advice on structuring your investment portfolio, maximising your deductions on your investment property, or just making the best of your personal tax position, we are here to help.
Have you ever considered the advantages of setting up a Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (commonly known as "SMSFs") to invest part of its funds in direct property and other assets such as term deposits?
Would you like a new building from which to run your business but do not have the cash flow to make the purchase?
Would you like to take control of your superannuation and retirement nest egg? Do you have a SMSF and would like to invest it in property but your superannuation is just not enough?
The above questions are but a few of the growing number of recent enquiries fielded by ALT Super+ from its clients seeking to improve their knowledge of SMSFs and taking greater control over their superannuation and retirement planning.
To the right is a summary of the pros and cons of SMSFs.
The information provided on this website is General Advice only and is prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should therefore consider the appropriateness of the information provided above in the light of your own objectives, financial situation or needs, before acting on the advice.
If the advice relates to the acquisition or possible acquisition of a particular financial product, you should obtain a copy of, and consider, the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) for that product before making any decision.
Note that by accepting General Advice only, you risk receiving a financial product that may not be appropriate to your overall personal circumstances and needs.
SMSFs are a highly specialised and regulated area. They may not be appropriate for you considering your personal circumstances and needs. We strongly recommend that you seek advice from a suitably qualified professional.