The start of a new financial year is a good time to review your superannuation arrangements:
- Do you still have multiple funds and pay multiple fees?
- Is your fund expensive in terms of fees?
- How is your money invested?
- What is the performance like?
- Should you be contributing extra?
The trap for many self-employed doctors and dentists is to ignore superannuation, which means you miss out on valuable compounding and tax benefits.
Making concessional super contributions can provide you with a significant income tax deduction, and allows you to invest in a very tax-effective environment.
Superannuation will typically still be a very important part of your retirement income, so it makes sense to maximise your benefits.
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