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Before you set up an SMSF, it's important to consider whether running your own super fund is right for you.
If you answered NO to any of these questions, you may want to consider other super options where you can outsource the responsibility for running the fund to superannuation experts.
You should consider seeking professional advice or guidance when deciding on the best superannuation solution for you. It is recommended that you also seek advice from a registered tax agent to determine the tax implications for you. NAB is not a registered tax agent and the tax information contained on this website should not be relied upon to determine your personal tax obligations.
If you're not sure whether an SMSF is right for you, or would like some help setting up or running your fund, there are professionals who can provide advice or guidance. These include:
Many SMSF trustees now use a professional SMSF administration service to establish their SMSF (including the trust deed and binding death benefit nominations), look after their fund's compliance and tax obligations and arrange their annual audit. This can be a cost effective way of ensuring all your obligations are met.
Find out more about our SMSF Establishment Service, including trust deed preparation from Heffron SMSF Solutions.
SMSFs can offer a number of features and benefits generally not available with other super options, but there are also some risks associated with running your own fund.
We're giving you the tools you need to get you started with your SMSF: