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We keep our costs low by using smart technology and automation, by keeping our overheads lean and by focusing on low cost ETFs and trading/reporting platforms.

Smart tech keeps fees low
Investment Management Fees

Our management fees include:

  • Recommended investment strategy
  • No trading fees to buy and sell securities
  • No fees for depositing or withdrawing from your account**
  • Automatic rebalancing of your portfolio
  • Annual review of your investment strategy
Amount invested with Six ParkFee*

$10,000 – $199,999.99

0.5%/year

$200,000 – $499,999.99

0.4%/year

$500,000+

0.3%/year

Note: Each ETF in your portfolio will charge management fees to cover their admin/operating costs. These fees flow to the ETF issuer (not Six Park) and are incorporated in the share price of the ETF. The overall management fees on the ETFs in our portfolios are approximately 0.25% per  annum but depend on your portfolio selection.

* Fees based on total average account balance, charged monthly.

** If you are overseas, banks may impose fees on any foreign exchange conversion, or international payment instructions.

SMSF Administration Fees

*Optional services by our SMSF partner:

  • Preparation of annual accounts and SMSF return
  • All correspondence with ATO on your behalf
  • Preparation and lodgement of activity statements
  • Liason with independent auditors
  • Dedicated SMSF specialist accountant
  • Unlimited phone support with our SMSF partner
Fee typeFee*

One off setup fee

Fund establishment, trust deed, registration with ATO including ABN and TFN application. Corporate trustees will incur and additional $950 setup fee.

$150

One off setup fee for Corporate Trustees

Fund establishment trust deed, registration with ATO including ABN and TFN application.

$1,100

Ongoing admin and annual audit

Tax preparation and financial reporting.

$82.50/month

Note: Does not include $259 ATO supervisor levy or additional fees that may apply if you require additional services from our SMSF partner.

* Fees charged by Six Park for services provided by our SMSF partner.

Indirect Costs

These costs are not charged or collected by Six Park but are instead reflected in the underlying value of your investments.

ETF Management Fees -  As with any other managed fund, each ETF in your portfolio will charge management fees to cover the fund’s administrative and operating costs. These fees flow to the ETF issuer (not Six Park) and are incorporated in the share price of the ETF. The management fees on the ETFs in our portfolios currently range from 0.18% to 0.52% per annum – which is generally much lower than the costs of investing in a typical managed fund.

Spreads - Like any listed security, there are differences between the price at which people are willing to sell and buy an ETF at any point in time. This is known as the bid-ask spread. The size of the bid-ask spread – as well as its proximity to the ETF’s underlying net asset values - affects the price at which an ETF can be bought or sold and (indirectly) affects your overall investment returns.

CMA Costs - You will not be charged fees for establishing your Cash Management Account or for depositing or withdrawing any funds. However, in certain limited instances, Macquarie may charge fees for the provision of additional services that you may request (e.g. providing an audit letter, requesting paper statements). Details of these standard fees are available online on Macquarie’s website or by contacting us at [email protected]

Don't let fees hold back your growth

Some people pay 2.5% or more in fees each year. Look at how much could save with Six Park.

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