Self Managed Super Funds

Do you want to manage your own Superannuation fund?

Self Managed Super Funds (SMSF’s) allow you to manage, invest and have more control of how your super money works for you.

We provide advice on managing your existing SMSF and investments, establishing a new one, or provide advice around winding your SMSF down.

Which ever it may be, our team of professionals can assist you in finding the right SMSF solutions for you.

Administering and managing all your compliance obligations for your SMSF as well as reviewing & managing your investments, and staying up to date with all new legislative changes can be a real burden.

That’s why, it pays to leave it to the experts to review your SMSF for you. Feel free to contact the team at H & C Financial Partners anytime.

Should you wish to discuss your financial and lifestyle goals or if you are simply looking for further information and would like to learn more about how we could assist you. Please feel free to contact H & C Financial Partners on 03 9021 2089.

Nick really took the time to talk us through our options, answering our numerous questions with professional expertise and patience. He’s been thorough in understanding our financial position and our specific requirements in order to find the best possible option for us. We are really happy with the service we received from Nick, he’s always made himself available to us, working to our convenient timing, rather than his and always promptly responding to our queries, even when on holidays! We will definitely be recommending Nick to our friend.




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