How we can help

  • Plan to grow your super and reach your retirement goals
  • Set up your own SMSF
  • Help you invest in property through super
  • Save over 80hrs managing your new or existing SMSF
  • Comprehensive ongoing advice and support

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Setting up a SMSF

Our team of specialists will work closely with you to ensure your SMSF is tailored to your goals. From initial advice, to setting up trust deeds, through to finding and rolling over existing super fund and much more.

SMSF Administration

Once your SMSF is established there is ongoing SMSF administration services and paperwork required. Our SMSF administration services team save our clients over 80hrs of paperwork every year

SMSF Loans

Our specialist SMSF Lenders have exclusive access to some our Australia’s lowest limited recourse lending rates and can save you dozens of hours in the application process. Ask us about the ASAP SMSF Loan today.

Property Investments

Are you looking to diversify your superannuation through property? Get support from our various business entities that include licensed financial advisers, accountants, property researchers and investment lending specialists.

SMSF Set-Up Made Easy

Our qualified specialists provide comprehensive Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) services. From the initial SMSF Set Up advice, roll-overs, investing, lending, admin, compliance auditing, taxation and proactive ongoing support. No matter what stage you are at we can tailor a SMSF strategy that’s right for you.

Low Fixed Price

Percentage based fees can erode your super, especially as it grows.  There are never any surprises with our low, predicable and flat fee structures regardless of the size or number of members in the fund.

SMSF Lending Specialists

Future Assist Home Loans has access to some of Australia’s most competitive rates for SMSF Loans.  These types of loans can be complex and the way your SMSF investment loan is structured can dramatically impact the returns on your investment.

Our team of specialists can save you dozens of hours during the application process. In addition, we make sure your SMSF loan is optimally structured taking into consideration the goals and requirements of the SMSF and the trustee. Every SMSF is different and our skilled specialists will ensure any lending requirements are tailored to your specific requirements.

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SMSF & Super Commonly Asked Questions

What is an SMSF?

A Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) is a private superannuation fund that you manage yourself. The members are usually The Trustees of the fund, and it is regulated by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

If you want control, and can handle the responsibility, then an SMSF may be for you. There is an ATO approved education program through the SMSF Association that could help clarify the responsibilities required. Alternately one of our Advisers could give you a quick overview of the types of responsibilities necessary to become a Trustee of a SMSF.

If you have $140,000 or more in super as an individual (or combined with a partner) a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) may be suitable for you.

An SMSF must have its own Tax File Number (TFN) and Australian Business Number (ABN), as well as its own bank account. It’s sole purpose is to provide an income upon the retirement of its members, and the members also have the responsibility of ensuring that there is an investment strategy in place. Future Assist provide comprehensive SMSF services and support including set up, investing, ongoing administration, taxation and compliance preparation.

There are many benefits when it comes to running your own SMSF. Firstly, the control you have over what you choose to invest in and how is the most important. An SMSF can also borrow to invest via a Limited Recourse Loan. There is also the ability to have more control over tax.

You can still invest in the usual shares, term-deposits, managed funds and property. You have the ability to choose your own shares, and small business owners can invest in buying their own business property through their SMSFs. Many SMSFs hold collectibles such as artwork, jewellry, antiques and vintage cars.

You will need to consider finding an SMSF expert/adviser in order to help you with the initial set up. You will then need to create a trust deed, appoint Trustees, register with the ATO, set up a bank account for the fund, roll over any Super you already have, then create an investment strategy.

You must be able to comply with the superannuation and tax laws, including making sure the money is only used for retirement benefits. You will also be obligated to keep records, such as lodging annual statements. You must report contributions, and there are also audit requirements, including having the fund audited by an approved SMSF auditor each year.

The sole purpose test ensures a super fund’s SOLE PURPOSE is to provide benefit to its members upon retirement. SMSF members need to ensure that they do not use or access any the assets of the SMSF. Violating the sole purpose test is a serious matter and can result in civil and criminal penalties.

No. This would violate the sole purpose test and result in heavy civil and criminal penalties (see above)

Yes, this is not unusual. Special rules also allow you to lease the property to your own business as long as strict criteria are met.

In most cases, a SMSF audit is conducted 12 months upon set up and every 3 years after this time. A SMSF approved auditor will conduct a FINANCIAL and COMPLIANCE audit of your super fund . A financial audit enables your auditor to examine your fund’s financial statements. A compliance audit involves assessing your SMSF’s compliance with the superannuation rules.

There are close to 600,000 SMSFs now in operation, managing $696.7 billion in assets as of 30th June 2017, according to the latest statistics released by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

The short answer here is no. It is extremely difficult to find lending products to support these types of investments.  In addition, many of these types of investments do not pass the sole purpose test.  Future Assist can not help you with these types of inquiries.

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