SMSF Property Purchases

By: Sondergaard Accountants Pty Ltd  05-Feb-2014
Keywords: Tax Accounting, Self Managed Superannuation Funds, Smsf

Self-Managed Superfunds can borrow to buy property, both residential and commercial. They can also own your business premises and rent them to your business. You can transfer existing business premises to your SMSF. Contribution Limits can be overcome using Associate Loans which can be converted to contributions over time. We are specialists at SMSF Property transactions and can set up structures and provide the best advice quickly. Structures set up in 24 hours. Take care - these are complex transactions as they must comply with Super Legislation but the end result is BIG long-term tax savings and wealth creation.

Keywords: Buy Property in Your Smsf, Negative Gearing, Self Managed Superannuation Funds, Smsf, Tax Accounting,

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