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A HOW TO BOOK OF SELF MANAGED SUPER FUNDS

Click here to buy - A How To Book of SMSF's by Tony Negline

This book written by Tony Negline, has just been released.

Anyone who wants to know more about, or needs a reference source for, Self Managed Super Funds will find this book invaluable.

It could be used as a textbook for any superannuation subject for a university or vocational course.

No one should be under any illusions. The book is not an advert for SMSFs compared to any other type of super fund and does not contain any outrageous strategies.

The book is very comprehensive as you can see by downloading the contents pages (in pdf format) at the following link: http://www.atcbiz.com.au/r.php?r=0mjd6ne

The book is published by a small independent publisher called AllThingsConsidered.biz Pty Ltd who like to refer to themselves as "ATCbiz".

The ATCbiz brains trust have convinced me that I'm best to publish the book in pdf format only.

They believe that with the rate of change in the super and tax arenas that it will be out of date very quickly which means I'll need to issue updates every 3 to 6 months. They've suggested that I sell individual copies ($55 inc GST) or annual subscriptions ($120 inc GST) where people will get two to three updates to the text throughout the year.

The ATCbiz boys have convinced me that their website and Amazon are the best places to sell the book.

You can order a copy of the book at http://www.atcbiz.com.au/r.php?r=5a4agqb


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