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Australian superannuation - simple index fund investments with low fees

I am a relatively young student with a fairly low superannuation balance. I am not expecting any substantial new contributions to be made to my super any time soon due to my income being largely ...
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Is it wise to switch investment strategy frequently?

I am young and have many many years before retiring, so people always advise me to choose a high risk/growth strategy for my super. Ok, say i accept it, then my question is: Is it worth switching ...
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1answer
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Superannuation: When low risk options have higher return, what to do?

I have heard many times that if you are a young worker who still has many many years ahead of you before you retire, you should choose a relatively high risk/return investment option for your super, ...
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1answer
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Can I transfer my West Australian rock lobster quota units into my SMSF?

Is it possible to transfer my pre-owned Western Australian Rock Lobster fishery quota units into my existing SMSF?
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1answer
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Can my wife claim a deduction for her personal superannuation contribution if she got the Parental Leave Pay?

My wife is self-employed and had a baby last year for which she claimed the Parental Leave Pay from the Federal Government (a bit over $10K over 18 weeks). She had to enter the amount in Item 1 - ...
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Can I claim a SuperAnnuation -loss- on my 2011-2012 Australian Tax Office tax return?

can i claim any super annuation -loss- in an Australia Tax Office (ATO) tax return? if so, what section please?
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Is it possible to create a self-managed superannuation fund to act as a mortage offset? (Australia)

I have forced investments via Australia's mandatory superannuation scheme. The value of this is about half the value of the remaining mortgage debt on my own home. If I had access to this money, I ...