Take control of your Superannuation.

A Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) can provide significant tax benefits and open up your investment options. It’s also a complex, highly regulated world, requiring specific knowledge of the rules and regulations to maximise these benefits.

GeersSullivan has recognised for well over 10 years that SMSFs are a specialised area, which is why we have a specialised SMSF Team, led by the Directors of GeersSullivan and Helen Cooper, the Senior Manager of our SMSF Division. On 1 July 2016, ASIC implemented laws that recognised the same.

As of 1 July 2016 all advisors who want to give advice on Superannuation are required by ASIC to hold an Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL).

Only those who hold an Australian Financial Services Licence or are authorised under a licence holder can give advice on SMSFs.  GeersSullivan SMSF Advisory Pty Ltd now holds an AFSL which allows our Senior Team to continue to give advice on:

  • The establishment of a SMSF
  • Rolling over existing super entitlements into a SMSF
  • Certain investments in your SMSF
  • Transfer of assets into your SMSF, for example listed shares or commercial property
  • Limited Recourse Borrowing to purchase property through a SMSF
  • Transitioning to retirement
  • Starting a pension
  • Structuring your fund to minimise the tax it pays both now and upon the passing of a member
  • How much to contribute to super

If you would like any additional information or would like to arrange a meeting to discuss your personal circumstances and whether a SMSF is right for you, please contact our office on (08) 9316 7000 or email


Any financial product advice is provided by GeersSullivan Pty Ltd (Authorised Representative number 001253563) (“GS”) as an authorised representative of GeersSullivan SMSF Advisory Pty Ltd AFSL No. 488745. The information provided is general in nature and is not personal financial product advice. The information provided has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs and because of this you should, before acting on it, consider the appropriateness of it having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs. You should carefully read and consider any product disclosure statement that is relevant to any financial product that has been discussed before making any decision about whether to acquire the financial product. Please refer to GS’ Financial Services Guide for more information about the financial services GS provides.

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