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Superannuation

Purchasing property through a Self Managed Super Fund

Benefits of an SMSF Self Managed Super Funds (SMSF), sometimes referred to as DIY funds, offer greater control and choice over the investment assets of a superannuation fund as well as increased retirement planning benefits. A SMSF can have up to four members, making it a popular option for family groups. SMSFs are also popular for small business owners as they can purchase their business real...
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HOW TO KNOW YOU ARE GETTING THE RIGHT SELF MANAGED SUPER ADVICE

From 1st July 2016 accountants generally are no longer exempt from ASIC regulations restricting the provision of advice regarding Self Managed Super Funds (SMSFs). This means we had to become authorised to advise under the Australian Financial Service (AFS) licencing system by that date. The good news for both us and you is that we have now completed all the required training and other ASIC...
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Can You Buy Property with Your Self Managed Super Fund

Property that is situated in an economically and politically stable sovereignty like Australia is often considered to be a relatively ‘safe’ asset class. It’s returns by way of rental receipts are usually very reliable and it’s valuations are usually quite stable and likely to grow over time. It is also in fact a ‘favoured’ asset class by many just because it...
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Property in Super... Good idea or not?

Having learnt that buying a property with the money held by our Self-managed Superannuation Funds is a possible option for us, how do we decide whether it’s really a good idea? When would a property be a reasonable prospective investment for our super funds to consider? We believe that under the following conditions property and super can come together quite well: Where the trust deed of...
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Property in Super... Are we serious?

Property that is situated in an economically and politically stable sovereignty like Australia is often considered to be a relatively ‘safe’ asset class. It’s returns by way of rental receipts are usually very reliable and it’s valuations are usually quite stable and likely to grow over time. It is also in fact a ‘favoured’ asset class by many just because it...
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Super contributions... what limits?

We may consider it an attractive idea to contribute to super the money that we judge is in excess of our current business and life requirements. But we also need to be aware of the annual limits on contributions, some are imposed by law & some we need to impose on ourselves for our own good. These are some of the major limitations:  Limitations are imposed by Superannuation and Tax...
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Topping up our super... why would we?

While our employers must contribute to Superannuation on our behalf under SGC Law, we can also make voluntary personal or salary-sacrifice contributions to our superannuation funds.   Why would we do that? Indeed! This requires sober reflection and to some extent a bit of restraint. We say this because voluntary contributions to super are permanent transfers of money from our current...
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Superannuation! What's the big deal?

 We’ve heard it from the experts, we’ve listened to the former Reserve Bank Governor Bernie Fraser talk about the ‘Super of the Future’. We’ve been to see our accountants, our financial planners, our folks and we’ve even had a quiet word with ‘Lucky Phil’ down at the local, and they’re all saying how well it pays to get onto it. But...
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