Invest in Property Using Your Super

If you are considering the purchase of an investment property, have good cash flow and some equity in your home or your superannuation then have you considered using a Self Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) to purchase your property?

Here’s 7 Reasons why a SMSF is a great way to purchase investment property:

1. You can reduce your tax and potentially improve your net asset position by over $1,000,000 in a 15-20 year period.*
2. Rental income from your investment property is taxed significantly lower when it is paid directly into a SMSF.
3. In retirement after age 60, income derived from assets held within your SMSF is 100% TAX FREE.
4. It is possible to leverage your home equity and self-finance the property purchase at commercial interest rates, significantly reducing your home loan repayment time.*
5. Certain tax benefits of this strategy can allow you to completely pay off your investment property in one investment cycle of 7-10 years.*
6. The entire setup cost including legal costs can be funded through your SMSF.*
7. Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is NIL after age 60 and in retirement on the profit you realise through the appreciation of your real estate assets in a SMSF.
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