While purchasing an investment property through your self-managed super fund comes with incredible taxation advantages, it does not come with the same benefits of owning a holiday home under your own name. Owning an investment property at the beach or another seasonal tourist location can be an … [Read more...] about SMSF Rental Property Rules: Can I Stay There While It’s Vacant?
SMSF Loan, Investment & Property News
8 years ago, we saw the need in a growing market for lending experts who specialise in SMSF. Our team now combines years of experience through every aspect of self-managed super funds. Together, we organise more limited recourse borrowing arrangements (LRBA or SMSF loans) in a week than most other brokers or bank branches in a year. Here we share some of our insights as well as SMSF news with you.
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When it comes to running a self-managed super fund, the good news is that most people are doing the right thing, but there are so many rules and regulations concerning SMSFs, which can make some aspects a little tricky to keep on top of. While SMSF regulations exist to keep things in line, we're all … [Read more...] about Avoid These Common Mistakes when Running an SMSF
If your Self Managed Super Fund is holding cash reserves and generating a dismal return, we might have the answer for you — you could reap the benefits of an offset account. Whether you’re keeping cash for liquidity reasons or simply waiting to find the perfect asset to invest in, this feature is a … [Read more...] about Benefits of an Offset Account for you SMSF Loan
Refinancing your SMSF loan could save you thousands of dollars and could potentially add up to hundreds of thousands by the time you are ready to retire. We address the top concerns regarding SMSF loan refinance. Eligibility Criteria to Refinance SMSF Loan For SMSF loan providers to consider … [Read more...] about Refinance SMSF Loan: Your Questions Answered + How to Get Approved
As we are all well aware, the Coronavirus pandemic has significantly impacted the way the world works regarding our lifestyle, work-life and education. The extraordinary effect it’s had on the economy has meant that many industries have needed to tighten regulation and introduce unsustainable … [Read more...] about Impact of coronavirus on SMSFs
In Australia, employers must contribute 9.5% of an employee’s wage into the employee’s chosen superannuation fund. For example, someone earning a wage of $100,000 a year will see a $9,500 contributions made to his or her superannuation fund over 12 months. Unlike the top dollars of that person’s … [Read more...] about What is salary sacrifice and what does it mean for SMSF loans
There’s a growing number of people taking advantage of their Self-Managed Superannuation Funds. Recently, the Australian Taxation Office released statistics on SMSFs derived from annual data for 2016, which also included the type of investments the trustees chose as well as the amount of SMSF money … [Read more...] about Setting Up Your Retirement Through an SMSF Loan
Property affordability is high on the political agenda nowadays and by the sound of things, Mr Shorten is not going to let facts get in the way of a bit of useless class warfare for as long as he’s seen by his base as hurting the “wealthy”. Unless of course he’s trying to please some influential … [Read more...] about Why proposed SMSF lending changes are misplaced
This is the full transcript of our popular video "The Pros & Cons of Using Super for Property Investment". I just wanted to talk to you about something that’s really interesting. We talk to a lot of people and generally what we find is that people either hate self managed super funds or they … [Read more...] about What You Need To Be Aware Of When Using An SMSF To Buy Property
We get asked this question a lot - and while at first it may seem to be because the banks, the reality in this instance is that the blame is mostly on the regulator. What is going to define the cost of a loan to a lender is the amount of capital they will have to hold to lend you that money. Broadly … [Read more...] about Why are SMSF loans more expensive than standard residential loans?