Why use H&R Block SMSF Solutions?
Self managed super funds (SMSFs) give you more control over your super and retirement planning, but there are complicated rules and regulations that govern them. Working with experienced and qualified accountants like H&R Block will ensure your SMSF meets obligations and remains compliant.
The H&R Block SMSF Solutions team is qualified and experienced to provide you with a full range of SMSF services to get you set up and managing your SMSF. We will help you establish a new self managed super fund, meet annual compliance obligations and use the latest online tools to monitor and manage your investments.
H&R Block is an independent, unbiased service provider. And we are licenced to provide you with financial advice in relation to setting up an SMSF.
H&R Block self managed super fund services
- SMSF establishment
- set up the right structure to facilitate borrowing for a property purchase
- pension commencement and consolidation
- lump sum withdrawals
- preparation of annual financial statements and tax returns
- facilitate independent audits
- contribution strategies
- SMSF wind up
- SMSF trust deed upgrades
- technical and compliance advice
Our pricing guide
Our prices are fixed, regardless of the value of the SMSF, the number and type of assets, which banks and brokers you use, and whether the fund is in pension and/or accumulation phase.
Download our pricing guide which outlines our fees for fund establishment, administration and additional services.
Talk to an H&R Block SMSF expert today
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‘I am so pleased I made the decision to change to H&R Block SMSF Solutions because it focuses on getting the best results for its clients. It is a totally professional, highly efficient service, with a deep knowledge that has hugely reduced my workload and yet given me better information and diagnostic tools. The transition to them was seamless.’
Julian, from Wallarobba NSW.
Learn more about self managed super funds
A guide to buying property through an SMSF
Investing in property though a self-managed super fund (SMSF) has grown in popularity in recent years, particularly since it became possible for SMSFs to borrow money to fund a direct property purchase.
This is an area where you really do need to make sure you know what you’re getting into.
Property purchased through an SMSF cannot be lived in by you, any other trustee or anyone related to the trustees - no matter how distant the relationship.
Guide to setting up an SMSF
The number of self managed super fund’s in Australia has surged in recent years with many stating a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) has become the ‘must have financial fashion accessory’. Traditionally an area occupied by high net wealth individuals, professionals and small businesses, due to the significant reduction in compliance costs and the introduction of the ability to borrow to purchase property, SMSF’s have now become a viable option to manage retirement savings to a much larger cross section of the Australian population.
Just because an SMSF is now a more feasible and fashionable option, doesn’t mean it is appropriate to everyone. Here is a beginners guide to setting up an SMSF.
Is an individual or corporate trustee structure right for your SMSF?
When establishing a self managed super fund (SMSF), you are able to elect a company or individual to act as the trustee of the fund. Often electing individual trustees is more popular, with the ATO’s statistical reports indicating that approximately 77% of all SMSF are structured in this way.
It seems most people are drawn to establishing an individual trustee structure simply because of the cheaper initial cost. While the establishment fee for a corporate trustee structure is higher due to the need to establish and register the company with ASIC, it can be expected to deliver considerable monetary savings over the longer term. In this guide, we will take a look at some of the significant advantages of running a corporate trustee as opposed to running an SMSF with individual trustees. Read more.