Here's a little of what Grant had to say about Tuesday's seminar when he was interviewed on local radio about it last week:
"I'll be discussing quite a bit; I think the main
one of course is for the youngsters - the Gen X's who don't feel that super's a
long way away, I'll be talking about the ability to borrow. And let's face it there's some great buys
around Ballina and it's not too expensive. People have this money hidden away
in a retail fund or an industry fund and it's just wasting away. They need to
take responsibility and use the fund to go and buy a property.
Beyond that generation, for people who are still working their
farms, I really think the best strategy I'll be talking about on the night will
be transferring farms into self-managed super funds. I
find in my travels around Australia that quite often mum and dad farmers might
gift the property or transfer the property or farm over to the children and then
the son dies or gets divorced and this often results in mum and dad get kicked
off the property. So a little bit of common sense strategy around that.
And another will be preparing for the next 5, 10 or 15 years and covering all the generations which I think is crucial."
This is a must see for anyone with an SMSF or considering establishing an SMSF. Seats are filling fast so RSVP today to secure your complimentary seat by calling Collins Hume on 02 6686 3000 or RSVP by email to email@example.com. Or visit www.collinshume.com.au/services/events for more information about Collins Hume's Super Smart Seminar on 27 November.