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About Self Managed Super Funds
What is Self Managed Super?

All Superannuation Funds are designed to provide retirement benefits to the members of that Fund, and must operate in accordance with the Superannuation Industry Supervision Act.

The difference between a Self Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) and other types of superannuation funds is that the members of a SMSF are usually also the trustees (or the directors of a corporate trustee) for the fund.

SMSF’s must have less than 5 members.

The SMSF is established under a trust deed, which is known as the funds Governing Rules, which outlines what the Trust can and can’t do. It also outlines the duties and responsibilities of the trustees and members of the fund.

To obtain more information about SMSFs, click here

For more information regarding our services for SMSFs, you can download our service guide here
What's New
SMSF Investment Patterns Survey - February 2016
Multiport regularly undertakes an analysis of our SMSFs investments. Read more...
Peter Burgess speaks on the SMSF minimum balance debate
Peter Burgess shares his view with SelfManagedSuper on the latest guidance on SMSF advice. Read more...
Finalist at the 2015 Smart Investor Blue Ribbon Awards
Multiport has been named as finalists in the ‘Best SMSF Administrator’ category. Read more...
Multiport launches online application
Multiport customers are now able to submit applications though a new online facility. Read more...
Multiport Highly Commended at SMSF Awards
Multiport has received a ‘highly commended’ recognition at the annual 2015 SMSF Awards. Read more...