About Dixon Advisory
Dixon Advisory has helped more than 20,000 families and has approximately 4,500 self managed super funds (SMSFs) under administration, representing over 8,000 trustees, with more than $5 billion in assets.
Founded by Daryl Dixon in 1986, today Dixon Advisory has the perfect combination of experience, innovation and energy.
Dixon Advisory Services
Dixon Advisory offers the following services:
- Financial advice
- SMSF set up and administration
- Investment advice
- Property and mortgage advice, including Australia’s leading property investment inside SMSF service.
- Estate planning and other legal services
- Insurance advice.
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Why choose Dixon Advisory
We provide a comprehensive suite of financial services and we are the only major advisory firm that helps clients with detailed expert advice on self managed super, retail, industry and government super funds.
- Learn about the benefits of choosing Dixon Advisory.
- Read Testimonials from a selection of our clients.
- Read about Dixon Advisory's recent awards.
Dixon Advisory's team of over 300 includes some of Australia’s leading personal finance experts. With backgrounds in Investment Banking, Funds Management, Economic Analysis and Chartered Accountancy, you will receive quality advice normally reserved for large institutional investors.
- Read profiles of our executives and directors and other key team members including our Financial Advisors, Investment Advisors, Superannuation Managers, Estate Planners, Personal Insurance Advisors and Property Advisors.
- View the Dixon Advisory team members who can help you in your state.
Dixon Advisory in the media
Our experts in superannuation and investments regularly contribute to leading publications such as The Canberra Times, The Sun-Herald, Smart Investor and The Australian Financial Review. We also appear regularly on radio providing expert commentary and general advice on investments, superannuation and other personal finance topics.
Read about Dixon Advisory in the media.