Since the official introduction of self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) in 1999, they have become a significant part of Australia’s $2.6 trillion[1]superannuation sector. At the end of 2018, with assets worth $728 billion, SMSFs represented 27 percent of the total super sector.

Bound by an array of rules and regulations, this article, sponsored by GSFM, examines the super sector and ethical considerations for advisers recommending SMSFs to clients.

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