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Joe Salomone, CPA – Director

B.Bus, Grad.Dip. (FP)

 

Joe Salomone is the founding member of Salomone Accountants. After gaining a Business degree majoring in Accounting from the Queensland University of Technology, Joe went on to pursue a Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning at the Securities Institute of Australia. Since then he has become a qualified CPA, and has over 20 years experience working in business services and taxation.

 

Joe specialises in assisting Small Business clients in the areas of taxation, financial accounts, tax planning and restructuring. He also has vast experience in assisting clients who have investment and rental properties and share investments.

 

Professional and Administrative Staff

 

Salomone Accountants is a flexible workplace employer. This flexibility allows staff the opportunity to fulfill a work/life balance which creates a happy work environment.

 

Investment has been made in the professional development of all staff at Salomone Accountants and the experienced staff are able to offer clients a friendly and professional approach. All staff endeavour to provide professional and accurate advice to clients in a timely manner.

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Secrets to a savvy SMSF

January 17, 2018

Opting for a self-managed super fund (SMSF) can be a clever financial decision, but it’s not for everyone.

If you aren’t prepared to adhere to the following tips, your SMSF will most likely fail to perform as well as you would of hoped it to.

Stay informed
You can’t expect your SMSF balance to be the most profitable for you in your retirement phase if you don’t remain educated on the vastly changing compliance laws. Remaining up-to-date with these changes, and how they impact upon your nest egg is an essential aspect of making your SMSF work for you, your spouse and your children.

Strategy
The ultimate long-term goal of your SMSF is to allow you to retire comfortably, maintaining the life you have become accustomed to throughout your working years. To do this, you need to have a strategy; the decisions you make regarding your SMSF should be part of this strategy, not just transfers here and there because your financial advisor told you to. Your strategy should be reviewed at least annually. You need to be aware of how each decision will impact upon and ultimately lead you towards the financial security you work so hard to achieve for your later years.

Seek advice
Running a self-managed super fund doesn’t involve having all the answers, but it does require understanding when it’s time to talk to a professional to get the best advice on your SMSF. You can never ask too many questions when it comes to your future financial security.