SMSF

    • While the prospect of investing in property through your self-managed super fund may seem complex, the benefits may outweigh the challenges read more

    • In November 2016, legislation was passed that reformed Australia’s superannuation sector from 1 July 2017. So how do the new superannuation rules impact on property investment – and what do they mean for SMSFs? read more

    • Investors with self-managed super funds (SMSF) are aware of the need to diversify their portfolio as protection against volatility in different markets. Property has always been a popular component, with traditional residential property usually the first place investors turn. read more

    • While a SMSF does give you more control over your finances, it also comes with the additional responsibility of researching, managing and being ultimately accountable for your retirement investments. This can mean a lot of extra work and, for newcomers to the sector, potential stress. The volatility and complexity of the share market means many investors also turn to property to balance their exposure to risk. read more

    • Using your SMSF to purchase a property can set you up for a comfortable retirement. While you might find navigating the rules and regulations a nightmare, this handy guide will help you understand what to (not) do when buying a property through your SMSF. read more

    • The recent Financial System Inquiry recommended banning SMSFs from borrowing to invest in property. What would this mean for you as an investor, and what’s the likelihood it will materialise? Neil Howard explains. read more