The IF Group has some of the most experienced and trusted financial advisers and accountants in Melbourne, especially when it comes to organising Super. Unfortunately, superannuation can be an extremely complicated and tedious process for both businesses and individuals, so it’s best to get a professional opinion to ensure you get the maximum return on your super investment. If you require superannuation advice you can drop into one of our offices in Frankston or Brighton or contact us via our enquiry page here.
For individuals, we can safely guide you through all the major challengers faced when organising superannuation. There are so many options to choose from with superannuation today, so let one of our trusted professionals help you make the best choice for your future.
For businesses, organising the correct superannuation for employees can be a daunting task, there are so many requirements for employers to meet a very high level of standards regarding their employee super. Many workers will look very closely at the super offered by potential employers prior to taking a job, so it’s obviously an area that all businesses should not take lightly. The IF Group can assist your business in making the best decision for your business and your employees.
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Considering a Self Managed Super Fund?
Many Australians have made the step to creating their own Self Managed Super Funds (SMSF), a step that has provided them with substantial reward compared to using their old fund manager. The main benefits of a SMSF are: increased control over investment decisions, greater allocation of assets and control over fees. Many people also start a SMSF to take advantage of certain tax strategies that would not be available to them otherwise.
Our financial experts will always give you the best, independent advice on superannuation and Self Managed Super Funds, as they have done for thousands of previous clients from our offices in Frankston and Brighton.
Common Superannuation Questions
- Am I eligible to choose my own superannuation fund? If so, what do I need to do?
- How do I transfer my existing superannuation funds to another provider?
- What happens if my employer doesn’t make contributions to the super fund I choose?
- How much difference is there between super fund providers?
- When will my employer start making payments into the fund of my choice?
- Can my employer reject the super fund I choose?
- How often can I switch super fund providers?