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Are SMSF Costs/ Expenses Deductible?

Like other taxpayer entities, a complying SMSF is entitled to deduct from its assessable income any losses or outgoings that are: • incurred in gaining or producing assessable income • necessarily incurred in carrying on a business for the purpose of gaining or producing such income. Expenses that a complying SMSF can deduct include: •…

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If you carry on an enterprise, you must register for GST if your GST turnover is $75,000 or more. However, most SMSFs do not have to register for GST because most SMSFs mainly make input-taxed supplies, which do not count towards your GST turnover. Input-taxed supplies include financial supplies and supplies of residential premises by…

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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 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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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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