$200,000 in assets a key threshold for SMSF performance

$200,000 in assets is a key threshold for the performance and diversification of an SMSF, according to new research.

Large SMSFs outperform small funds because they are more diversified, efficient and have more experience operating, according to research conducted jointly by SuperConcepts and the University of Adelaide’s International Centre for Financial Services.

Peter Burgess, SuperConcepts General Manager of Technical Services and Education, said the research shows that when an SMSF reaches a balance of $200,000 the benefits of investment diversification starts to kick in. Read more...