The purpose of this eBook is to provide information on consolidating super. If you’ve changed jobs over the years, it’s likely that you’ll have more than one superannuation account.
Prior to 2007 SMSFs were not allowed to borrow for investment purposes, which meant that property investment wasn’t an option for most fund members. It is now possible for SMSFs to borrow funds under some clearly defined conditions.
Is Specialist Disability Accommodation really all that it seems? This eBook provides an overview of the scheme and explores not just the investment opportunity but what the potential pitfalls are.
UK pension transfers to Australia are complicated and time-consuming. This eBook aims to help you understand the continually changing rules on UK pension schemes held by Australian expats.
If you have shares in an employer/employee share scheme, this eBook has been written to help you navigate some of the questions and issues you may have.
How will the ‘Fair and Sustainable Superannuation’ package impact you from 1 July 2017? This eBook covers what these changes could mean for you.
A classic question in the property market has always been – buy or rent? Rentvesting allows you to do both. This eBook will help you understand the Rentvesting strategy.
Salary packaging can possibly allow you to pay for expenses from pre-tax salary and increase your net cash flow.
Granny flat construction is on the upward trend in Australia. Be aware of the potential pitfalls before embarking on development of a granny flat.
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How will the 2016 Federal Budget impact your superannuation and tax?
The purpose of this eBook is to provide information about end of year tax and superannuation planning. This includes strategies to legally minimise your tax obligation as an individual or a business and as well as strategies to grow your superannuation. We will also provide advice on potential tax traps and how you can avoid them.
Did you know you may be able to use your super to buy an investment property? Would you like to find out how? This eBook has been written to help you navigate this opportunity and understand the risks and mistakes to avoid.
Winding up or closing an SMSF may occur for a number of reasons such as relationship breakdown or bankruptcy. Learn about trustees’ obligations to members and regulators. Or Learn about the steps in closing an SMSF.
An SMSF is subject to specific concessional taxation rules, so long as the fund complies with the government’s super rules.
Prior to 2007 SMSFs were not allowed to borrow for investment purposes, which meant that property investment wasn’t an option for most fund members. It is now possible for SMSFs to borrow funds under some clearly defined conditions.Download for Free