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Why setup an SMSF with Collins House?

At Collins House we can help setup, administrate and manage Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSFs), which can be a great way to control your own super destiny and be the trustee of your future retirement plan.

For 20 years Collins House has been working with clients to understand their superannuation needs and keep up with the complex laws and regulations, and we understand that most people don’t have the time or expertise to run their own SMSF, so why let this stop you? At Collins House we can provide an end-to-end Independent SMSF service to help you!

Our experience will assist you to make the right Super choices, after all it’s your money we’re talking about! Collins House can offer all this in one place, whereas most Financial Planning firms can’t provide unbiased, independent advice with no conflicts of interest!

Investment Advice for your SMSF

One of the main functions of an SMSF is its flexibility to invest a broad range of investments including:

  • Direct property
  • Listed Domestic & International shares
  • Domestic & International Managed funds
  • Unlisted Businesses
  • Corporate Bonds
  • Government Bonds
  • Fixed Interest
  • Term Deposits
  • Alternatives
  • Cyrptocurrencies

We can help establish your fund’s Investment strategy and keep it up to date and relevant, on a non-commission conflict free manner something that very few firms can claim!

Managing an administrating SMSF

There are a number of SMSF obligations that are required of you as a Trustee of an SMSF, which our team of Collins House specialists can assist with to ensure you are compliant, as ultimately you are responsible and accountable for the SMSF, and serious penalties can apply.

  • Establishment of an SMSF, Trust deeds, consent forms and minutes
  • Binding death nominations
  • SMSF Contributions
  • Member applications
  • Preparation of Financials, Audits, compliance reporting and liaison with the ATO
  • Running required minuted meetings and decisions
  • Mail house and maintenance of all records
  • Benefit and payments processing including treating funds separately from all other affairs
  • Ensure the SMSF complies with all laws that apply
  • Appointing service or product providers

Limited recourse borrowing arrangements (LRBA)

A LRBA allows an SMSF trustee to borrow funds from a third-party such as a bank to invest in commercial or residential assets, The most popular use of this facility is for a small business owner to purchase a commercial premise for operation of their business, utilising cash flow and tax benefits to maximise future wealth generation. We can help explore whether this facility is right for you and assist in setting up these arrangements. Contract us today to discuss.

Meet Our Advisory Team

Our dedicated team of investors, accountants, financial planners, solicitors and advisors share over 150 years of combined experience. Together, we are here to support our clients every step of the way.

The Collins House Difference

“I have known this business and the operators for a number of years and have found them to be hard working, honest and trustworthy. I would highly recommend them to anyone who wishes to obtain advice for a fair price in return. Dominic and his team have worked diligently for the past 40 years to build a reputation and business that is high quality and very professional. I trust him with my money”

Mal Cameron

“I have been a client of Collins House now for several years for taxation, superannuation and financial advice. Their service has always been professional their staff helpful and responsive. Not being aligned with any large institution they provide totally independent financial advice. Can recommend highly.”

Werner Fiedler

“Have used Collins House for the past 10 years, Sam and his team are very professional and timely. Would and actively recommended them on a regular basis.”

Jamie Nemtsas