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smsf investment types


Many self-managed superannuation fund (“SMSF”) investors are interested in smsf investing in overseas property and request information on purchasing a property in the United States (“US”) through their SMSF. This has been a popular strategy in the last 5 years with the global financial crisis and defaults on mortgages in the US resulting in ‘cheap as chips’…

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Bye-Bye NRAS for SMSF Investors – The Government Acts….

There has been significant interest from Self Managed Superannuation Fund (“SMSF”) investors in the national rental affordability scheme (“NRAS”), which is designed to encourage large-scale investment in affordable housing. The NRAS offers tax and cash incentives to providers of new dwellings on the condition that they are rented to low- and moderate-income households at 20%…

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Should I Use My Self Managed Super Fund To Invest In Carparks?

The power of Self Managed Superannuation Funds (“SMSF”) has become more publicised of late, the Reserve Bank of Australia even attributing SMSF’s for a possible ‘property bubble’, after all, SMSFs are a $530 billion dollar industry- that’s a fair chunk of money. Recently, SMSFs have quietly influenced sales in another sector of the property market…

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Buying Gold with my SMSF

Many Australians consider using their SMSF to invest in precious metals such as gold and silver for security, diversification of investments and protection of wealth. There are several steps to buying gold through a SMSF. They are 1. Contact a SMSF Specialist advisor to set up your SMSF 2. Transfer (roll over) your money into…

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