Esuper Turnaround Timeframe - Help?

Discussion in 'Superannuation' started by RhythmDoctor, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. Clawhammer

    Clawhammer Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Don't hold your breath RD. I had one fund "SuperTrace" fight like crazy to hold onto my money...all $650 of it :rolleyes:

    Hopefully you'll get the bulk of your rollovers done quickly.
     
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    just got my esuper compliance forms to sign yesterday
    good timing as well, now i know how much i can spend on boxing day sales!
    took about 1 month from uploading all my paperwork
     
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    Well, after a few 'hassling' calls this morning - both rollover's from Sun and Spectrum super are now processing - should have them within 10 days.

    Hoping for a fairly quick resolution, all things being equal. :D

    Registering my accounts with a few local and interstate dealers... granted superannuation is a fairly sober thing - but I'm rather excited! :D
     
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    I agree! I found it very liberating when I started investing for myself while operating my SMSF.
     
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    Clawhammer Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    It would have been scary if I was doing shares or something like that but as I am buying gold it is AWESOME to see spot drop by $10 and say"... well, I have already bought an ounce this week but I guess another wouldn't hurt..."

    I am finding it quite interesting buying at levels which previously were beyond my grasp. I have even started putting extra into my super so I can buy more, rather than just what I was forced to.
     
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    ^^^^^^ Its great to see stackers taking control of their own destiny. The more you read think and do the more stacking you will be able to do. Just remember bullion is not an investment but rather a hedge for your REAL investments. It may be a solid asset but your tied to depending on a capital gain if that is all you do... is stack.

    Kind Regards
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