Would you like to take control of your super and choose where you invest your savings? More and more Australians are setting up DIY super funds, or SMSFs, and reaping the cost savings as well as enjoying the freedom of being able to invest in the assets they want.
So if you are looking to invest in property, why not make your super work hard and invest through an SMSF? George Nowak, managing director of chartered accounting firm Charterhill says Australian SMSFs purchased $3.8 billion worth of property last year – and now you can find out how to do it too!
Nowak will be explaining how to use your super to build a property portfolio at the upcoming Property Investors Forum, organised by Key Media in association with the Property Investors Forum Canada.
To be held in Sydney on 26th May, this one-day event is for new and experienced investors looking for tips and strategies on how to build or reinvigorate your property portfolio.
Register today and find out:
How much super you need to start investing
How you can retire 10 years earlier with a smart super investment
How to structure your SMSF so you win at tax time
Plus, book now and you will save $20 – pay only $79 for a full day of information from Australia’s leading property experts. Learning materials and catering included. Hurry, this Early Bird offer is for a limited time.
For more information visit http://investing.yipmag.com.au.
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