Bruce Brammall, 24 July, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Being the “right kind” of defensive paid well for super fund investors last year. Did … Read More Did your SMSF top a return of 9.16 per cent?
Bruce Brammall, 10 July, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Cash is dead. But where do you go if you’re looking to take extra risk? And how much do you risk … Read More Cash is dead, so where to next?
Bruce Brammall, 12 June, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Time to do an urgent stocktake of your personal risk insurance – particularly whatever you’re holding in super. Billions of dollars … Read More How to protect your super
Bruce Brammall, 15 May, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Double “gotcha!” moment on the campaign trail! Sadly, proving neither leader understood their own superannuation policies. One of the great problems with superannuation’s … Read More The leaders super stuff up
Bruce Brammall, 17 April, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Don’t miss the opportunity to make bigger NCCs to your super fund by misunderstanding the rules. Here’s what you need to know. Getting … Read More Maximising your super contributions
Bruce Brammall, 3 April, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Some will be able to pump an an extra $250,000 into super from the Coalition’s Budget. … Read More Budget ‘back in the black’
Bruce Brammall, 5 March, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Low interest rates make the strategy of topping up super instead of paying down the home loan a worthwhile consideration. If you’re in … Read More To top up, or pay down?
Bruce Brammall, 19 March, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: A win for some little SMSF people and the figures showing buying off-the-plan is a financial disaster. Within a few minutes of … Read More Why SMSF and OTP just don’t click
Bruce Brammall, 20 February, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: DIY super fund trustees get political, forming their own party to take their interests to Canberra. Self-managed super fund trustees are … Read More A new political party for SMSFs
Bruce Brammall, 6 February, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Super fund fees should never have been used to cross-subsidise personal financial advice, Kenneth Hayne argues. Superannuation is going back to basics. … Read More Super goes back to basics