SMSF term deposit rates
It’s quick and easy to apply for a self-managed super fund term deposit online. Here’s what you need to do to open an account.
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If you’re looking to give your retirement plans a financial boost, a self-managed super fund (SMSF) term deposit could be the solution you need. A fixed SMSF term deposit rate with minimal fees could be a safe way to invest a portion of your superannuation balance for a predetermined period of time and return.
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