Why Self-Managed Superannuation Isnt Right for Everyone

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From Darwin to Hobart, more Aussies than ever are taking control of their financial destiny.

According to the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, self-managed super funds (SMSFs) are now so popular they account for a third of the Australian superannuation industry — that’s $540 billion worth of Super.

But will a self-managed fund be right for you?

Sign up to our free e-letter The Daily Reckoning now to access this specially recorded one-hour wealth-building webinar and discover the lesser-known truths of self-managed superannuation, the pros of going it alone, and the cons.

You’ll hear three of Australia’s leading independent investment analysts delve into the lesser-known truths of self-managed superannuation.

Kris Sayce, Vern Gowdie and Greg Canavan discuss the merits of having an SMSF and provide you with the insights, opinions and ideas you need to approach this hotly debated subject.

Watch it now to learn:

  1. The three essential qualities you need as an investor to manage your own superannuation fund successfully
  2. The biggest mistake most investors make in their SMSF decisions
  3. How much money you really need to have in your fund to make going self-managed worthwhile
  4. What it costs to set up your own SMSF
  5. Why the investment industry doesn’t want you to manage your own Super
  6. And the real reason the government blames the SMSF industry for driving house prices up

If you’re thinking about taking control of your super, you owe it to yourself to know these things before you make one of the biggest financial decisions of your life.

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Gowdie Family Wealth chairman Vern Gowdie

Vern Gowdie's financial planning firm was recognised as one of the top five in Australia in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007. He’s also been ranked among the country’s top 50 financial planners by Personal Investor magazine.
 

Sound Money. Sound Investments. editor Greg Canavan

Greg Canavan is the former head of Australasian Research for an Australian asset-management group. He’s the foremost authority for retail investors on value investing in Australia.
 

Money Morning Australia editor Kris Sayce

Kris Sayce is known as the‘Jeremy Clarkson of Australian Finance’. A fully accredited advisor, Kris spent several years working on London’s Alternative Investment Market and for a leading Australian wealth-management company.