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Constantly, our SMSF clients ask Redwood Advisory, what is better, a corporate or individual trustee structure for your SMSF. At Redwood Advisory, we recommend all funds are set-up with a corporate trustee structure for a fee of $900 (plus GST) including ASIC costs. There may be a set-up cost however, this will definitely pay off…

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There is significant discussion around the ‘minimum balance’ for a SMSF to be cost effective. It is a fact that there are running costs that go with having an SMSF. These include the cost of investing, accounting and auditing for your SMSF, which may or may not be much higher than what you are currently…

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SMSF Property Under The Microscope of The ATO

SMSF Property under the microscope of the ATO in the article below, highlights the importance of using specialist providers such as Redwood Advisory, who make SMSF borrowing investment in property easy http://www.afrsmartinvestor.com.au/p/howto/superannuation/watch_for_super_spruikers_ato_It9I0azT61kf75JKj0mJSK

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Redwood Advisory introduces our affiliate SMSF Property Capitals’s latest development ‘Park Avenue’

Redwood’s trusted business affiliate ‘SMSF Property Capital’ introduces their new ‘Park Avenue’ development at 66 The Avenue, Peregian Springs QLD, which is a perfect opportunity to invest in Australian property safely with no debt.     Occasionally we come across different products in the market, and after extensive due diligence, Redwood Advisory is happy to…

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SMSF Property Bubble?

By Ivan Filipovic – Director Redwood Advisory SMSF Specialists   Recently there has been significant press about self managed superannuation funds (“SMSF”) causing a property bubble. This was referenced by the Reserve Bank of Australia (“RBA”) delivering a warning in late September in relation to the risk of SMSFs pushing up property prices. Redwood Advisory’s…

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Redwood Advisory SMSF Specialists SMSF Borrowing to invest is not for everyone but it can accelerate the growth of your SMSF assets allowing you to maximise your investment returns and reach your retirement goals earlier. Borrowing in a SMSF is allowed subject to certain conditions, including; The borrowing is in the name of the SMSF…

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SMSF Property Investing: Create Your Own Destiny

Did you know that your SMSF balance can be used to borrow and invest in property? SMSF borrowing rules were revised to allow borrowing through your SMSF to invest in property, we would like to share with you some of the benefits of borrowing to invest in property through your SMSF. This article will focus…

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Purchasing off-the-plan property through your SMSF

Did you know? Property investors can use limited recourse borrowing (LRBA) to fund off-the-plan investments using their self-managed super funds. Under this strategy, you can borrow to invest in property using your superannuation balance to purchase property off-the-plan. Developers can be up against it in selling properties off the plan and getting in at the…

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ECG Wealth – Redwood Advisory’s Trusted Partner

Redwood Advisory’s trusted Partner is ECG Wealth, Darrell Jolly – Operations Manager at ECG Wealth has explained NRAS in a nutshell in NRAS Short Read ver 2. The investor offers the property for rent 20% below market rent and the Government gives you a tax free grant of $10,350 per year (indexed) for 10 years.…

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Developing Land within a Self Managed Super Fund

Since 2007, a Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) has been allowed to borrow money to acquire an asset through a Limited Recourse Borrowing Agreement (“LRBA”). These borrowing arrangements have often been used to borrow to acquire property through your SMSF. This includes land with the intention of developing it. There are many advantages in relation to…

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