Self-Managed Super, Trust, and Non-Profit Organisation Registration

At Impulse Accountants, we specialise in the administration of Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSF) and Trusts, as well as registration of non-profit organisation. According to the instructions of the trustees, we can help you set up and administer your SMSF and trusts and help you establish the required details you will need for it.

We can help you with your SMSF investments too. You can invest in a commercial or residential property, but it cannot be your residence. You cannot have any dealings with a related party when investing in a residential property, which includes living in it, using the property as a vacation home or a temporary stay, or allowing a family member to stay in it. The investment is only done for SMSF. You can also invest in Shares and/or Managed Funds, Fixed Term Deposits, and Separate Managed Accounts.

If you plan to register a non-profit organisation, our team at Impulse Accountants can help you with that too. We will aid you in arranging all the necessary documents you would require and will guide you through the entire process, ensuring that it is smooth and hassle-free.

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