Posts Tagged ‘SMSF’

Tax Benefits for SMSF Lending

There are a number of advantages to holding property inside an SMSF, as opposed to owning it in your own name.

1. Concessional tax on rental income
Where you hold an investment property in your own name, tax will broadly be payable based on your personal rate of tax, which could be as high as 46.5%. Similarly, if you were to hold an investment property through a company, the tax rate is … Read more »

SMSF as an option for investors

SMSF as an option for investors

Having a self managed super fund (SMSF) can hold benefits for property investors. Tax rates are generally lower for investments made through an SMSF and if sold at the right time, some taxes can be avoided altogether. With patience and a calculated strategy in place, investing in property through an SMSF can be a good way to secure a long term return on your investment.
What is an SMSF?
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Using your SMSF to buy property

Using a self-managed super fund (SMSF) to buy property is becoming increasingly popular but the decision requires careful consideration.

There are significant advantages to having a property in an SMSF for example tax effectiveness: your super fund will be taxed at 15 per cent which is considerably lower than most people’s personal tax rates.

However, there are a few things to bear in mind if you … Read more »