Class SMSF Benchmark Report
Australians with SMSFs, particularly those aged over 49, will be much harder hit by the Super Reforms than government statistics suggest, and will be looking to their accountant and adviser to help them.
The new analysis on the impact of the changes comes from the Class SMSF Benchmark Report for the March 2017 quarter. Download your copy of the report below.
The Class SMSF Benchmark Report is a statistical analysis of the 130,000+ Self Managed Super Funds administered on Class Super, representing more than 22% of the estimated 593,000 SMSFs in Australia today.
Class believes it is important for participants in the industry to have access to timely data about what SMSFs are investing in and to understand other key metrics about the funds.
The Class SMSF Benchmark Report is compiled using a selection of de-identified data extracted from across the Class Super database. Class Super’s transaction and market data feeds include daily balances from a wide rank of banks, brokers and wrap and other platform providers. The richness and timeliness of this data provides a unique, up to date view across a significant portion of the SMSF sector.