Whether you’re approaching retirement age or just starting your professional career, it’s never too early to start planning for your retirement.
A superannuation strategy is far more than simply making regular contributions to a fund.  A self-managed superannuation fund can be one of the most tax effective structures for holding investments.  By implementing smart strategies and putting an effective plan in place, superannuation can help you to maximise your cash on retirement and potentially retire earlier.
Due to legislation changes, advice on superannuation must be provided by Licensed Advisors.  William Buck has a number of Licensed Advisors able to provide superannuation advice and can help you develop strategies to make the most out of your superannuation investments and other assets while reducing costs.
William Buck has long been recognised as one of Australia’s leading experts in superannuation. Our advisors are regularly engaged by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, CPA Australia and other bodies to lead the education of their members in this area.

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