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
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.
Our expertise has been sought by and seen in Australian Broker, the Herald Sun, Money and Mamamia.
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
Why are SMSFs such a popular way to invest in property? Many people already understand or have experienced for themselves that property investment can be a great way to build wealth. It’s also widely recognised that having the ability to borrow money for investment is a terrific strategy for … [Read more...] about Why SMSFs are such a popular vehicle for property investment
Property valuation is supposed to be a science, using facts, mostly comparable sales in this case, to ascertain the value of a property which is offered as a security for a loan to a lender. How much a specific security is worth is going to define how much the said lender is willing to lend against … [Read more...] about Overcoming The Perils of Bank Valuations
SMSF Liquidity requirements are a relatively new feature of most SMSF loans that can reduce your SMSF's borrowing capacity. To understand how liquidity requirements work - and how you can reduce the impact on your borrowing capacity - we'll start by defining just what 'liquidity' means. In terms of … [Read more...] about SMSF liquidity requirements : how to reduce its impact on borrowing capacity
The simple answer is YES, SMSFs are allowed to invest in all manners of collectibles including but not limited to cars and other motor vehicles. The list would also include things like jewelry, art, stamps, wine and more… The main challenge with these investments is to ensure that the SMSF owning … [Read more...] about Can I use my super to buy a car?
Can you use super to buy a house in Australia? Do you want to know more about acquiring a self-managed super fund (SMSF) property? You’ve come to the right place! Purchasing commercial or residential property through SMSF as an investment can be the perfect structure for you to maximise your … [Read more...] about Can I Buy an Investment Property with SMSF?
Today we look at how your SMSF structure works once you’re ready to make an investment property purchase using a an SMSF Loan given to your fund. Generally speaking, your fund can borrow up to 80% of the value of a residential property. Super contributions and investment property rental income flow … [Read more...] about Adding a property to your SMSF with an SMSF Loan