Super funds are no longer viewed as an investment vehicle for individuals either in or approaching retirement. The next decade in the superannuation segment will be Gen X and Gen Y’s as they build for their retirement.
Australia is currently experiencing a massive demographic shift as the baby boomer generation moves into retirement, with more Gen X and Y investors seeking more control of their super and lower fees.
Stellar growth for Self Managed Super Funds (SMSFs) is continuing unabated, following the recent release of ATO figures confirming the continuing popularity of SMSF funds.
So what, or whom, is driving this? Apparently it’s the Gen X and Gen Y investors who now make up 71% of new SMSF members. Although members 55 years or older make up 61% of all members, current figures suggest that younger, financially savvy and upwardly mobile wealth creators are now embracing SMSFs.
This spike in SMSF growth is a positive sign that superannuants are choosing to take more control of their super, rather than leaving their savings with a fund manager.
For more information on Self Managed Super Funds and their benefits, go to our Self Managed Super Funds page to read more, or feel free to read some of our SMSF blogs in our Financial Planning News section. Our published editorials on SMSFs can also be found in our Editorial Features section.
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