My most popular SMSF blog posts from 2013
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My most popular SMSF blog posts from 2013

The start of the new year allows us to “reboot”, providing time to think about our goals (maybe revisit some) and create a platform to launch into the year ahead.  For the SMSF industry and professionals working closely with trustees, we need to think about our strategy to build engagement with existing and potential trustees. … Continue reading »

Dunno? Dealing with contributions made in error [VIDEO]
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Dunno? Dealing with contributions made in error [VIDEO]

I regularly get asked questions from readers through my blog on issues and strategies relating to self managed super funds, so why not bring these to ‘life’ by starting a new regular weekly blog, “Dunno: ask a question”.  Each week I will hand-pick a reader question and respond with a video, audio (blogcast) or written … Continue reading »

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Aaron is recognised as one of Australia’s leading Self Managed Super Fund experts providing strategic advice and direction for SMSF Trustees and financial services professionals.  Have you considered advertising of The Dunn Thing to reach more than 8,000 highly engaged visitors each month (and growing). Continue reading »

Launching the Top10 SMSF strategies for 2012-13
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Launching the Top10 SMSF strategies for 2012-13

I’m pleased to announce the launch of my Top10 SMSF strategies for 2012-13 webinar to be held at 11am AEST, Thursday, 23 August 2012.  With more than 410 attendees to last year’s session, this is the most anticipated SMSF webinar for 2012!! In addition to the webinar, all attendees will receive a free copy of … Continue reading »

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Thedunnthing reaches 100,000 visitors

Today I have achieved a wonderful personal milestone, with thedunnthing blog having its 100,000th visitor. I look back to October 2009 when I commenced my blog as a simple idea to help me better understand technical issues and strategies impacting Self Managed Super Funds.  The first month had just 145 visitors (I guess you have … Continue reading »

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Twelve SMSF Resolutions for 2012

A Happy New Year to all my readers. The New Year provides us with time to think about and assess goals for the coming year.  Whether we actually achieve them or not, well that’s a whole different matter… I have provide below 12 resolutions that you may with to consider in either setting up or … Continue reading »

Announcements / Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangements / Professionals / SMSF / SMSF Strategy / Trustee education

The launch of the SMSF Academy

Yesterday was a landmark day for me both personally and professionally, with the official launch of The SMSF Academy.  This launch coincided with our inaugural training event in Sydney, the SMSF Limited Recourse Borrowing day. It was a resounding success, with extremely positive feedback about the quality of content, presenters, and tools to assist practitioners from … Continue reading »

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The SMSF Academy website is "live"

I am pleased to announce that The SMSF Academy website is now “live”. This is the first stage of the website launch, with Advisor and Trustee Memberships to open from 23 May 2011.  This date coincides with the SMSF Limited Recourse Borrowing days being conducted that week in Sydney and Melbourne. Find out more about … Continue reading »

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Presenting at the AIA National Investors Conference

I am excited to announce that I will be presenting this year at the AIA National Investors Conference – Wealth Creation Opportunities – to be held at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth Hotel from 1 to 3 September 2011. In my presentation the Golden keys to SMSF success (which forms part of the SMSF stream), I will … Continue reading »