If you have a self-managed super fund (SMSF) and you've got a sizeable amount sitting in your super, you may have considered getting an SMSF home loan to purchase a property.
The ATO has SMSF trustees in its sights, and the taxman sending thousands of letters to those considered ‘at risk’. What does this mean for investors who hold property in SMSFs?
Jason Paetow of AllianceCorp says buying property through an SMSF can be an effective way to minimise tax, control your money and accrue wealth over the long term
Use this SMSF calculator to work out how much you can borrow for an SMSF funded
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In the second in our special series on SMSF's, David Shaw from WSC Group explains how easy or difficult it can be to set up a property in a SMSF.
Shannon Davis joins us in the first installment of a special series where we look at putting property into your self-managed superannuation fund.
David Bannerman and Ben Robertson explain how current laws work in the event of water damage to an apartment.
If you are using the equity on the rental property to buy a family home, make sure you structure the loans properly
Cherie Barber answers a reader question about how to pick the right agent to sell your property, and what to look out for.
Using the equity in your home is a smart way of building your property portfolio without feeling the pinch. Here’s a run down of everything you need to know about equity to be a savvy investor.
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