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
Bruce Brammall, 23 January, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Property scares for SMSFs under a Labor Government are bubbling away, but don’t believe everything you read. Sometimes you leave … Read More What will happen with LRBAs?
Bruce Brammall, 9 January, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Here are the major issues to consider if you’re gazing into your SMSF crystal ball for the year ahead. Without what seems … Read More The year ahead for SMSFs
Bruce Brammall, 19 December, 2018, Eureka Report SUMMARY: The wins and the losses of superannuation in 2018 – plenty to celebrate, but some land mines to watch out for. … Read More The wins and losses for super
Bruce Brammall, 5 December, 2018, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Concessional contributions 101: Building your super and saving tax as you approach retirement. For anyone within a decade of retirement, super … Read More The power tool of super
Bruce Brammall, 28 November, 2018, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Women’s access to super in tough times – divorce and domestic violence – should be improved under new recommendations. A better superannuation … Read More Super access rules may broaden