Contributions – Know your limits

Setting up your own self-managed super fund can be a liberating experience. But that does not mean you have open slather.

Setting up your own self-managed super fund can be a liberating experience. It puts you in the driver’s seat to steer your savings towards the best personal retirement outcome. But that does not mean you have open slather.

There are strict rules governing how much money you can put into your super fund at concessional tax rates, what investments are allowed and how they are funded.

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