Tickets are selling fast to the 2013 SMSF Trustee Day, as more and more investors look to gain greater control of where and how they invest their super.
An initiative of Morningstar, in conjunction with Sterling Publishing, the 2013 SMSF Trustee Day is a must attend event for all trustees focussed on harnessing the power of their superannuation.
The roadshow, scheduled to take place later this month in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, will address topics most important to today’s trustees – delivered by the industry’s most respected operators.
These topics will include the most practical SMSF strategies, how to maximise SMSF returns and how to legally limit taxes, as well as how to find opportunities in a volatile market and how to prepare for potential legislative changes and identify strategic opportunities.
Moreover, attendees will learn from the experts, such as SMSF LAW EQUITYPROTECT senior consulting lawyer Shane Ellis, SMSF Academy managing director Aaron Dunn and SPAA chief executive officer Andrea Slattery.
Sterling Publishing director and editor of Smart Property Investment Phillip Tarrant said this jam-packed event is vital for all investors looking to use their super as a powerful property investment tool.
“Self-managed super funds are proving very popular among property investors in search of greater control over how their super is invested,” Mr Tarrant said. “But that’s not to say this kind of strategy doesn’t carry some significant risks.
“To help curb these risks, expert advice and support is a must for all investors looking to enter the SMSF space. The 2013 SMSF Trustee Day provides practical and useful information, presented by the industry’s most esteemed professionals.”
With only two weeks remaining, investors are being urged to book their place now or face missing out.
The 2013 SMSF Trustee Roadshow will take place in Brisbane on Monday 27 May, Melbourne on Tuesday 28 May and in Sydney on Wednesday 29 May.
For more information on topics and speakers, and to secure your place at this must-attend event, please click here, or call 02 9922 3300.