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Self-managed superannuation fund (SMSFs) are super funds that you run yourself. Instead of paying super contributions into an industry fund, you can pay it into a fund where you choose what to invest in, including property. There are significant rules in order for a SMSFs to be compliant, however for almost 2 years SMSFs have been allowed to borrow money to purchase assets such as property and some investors believe this is one of the best tax incentives for property investing. ..
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Super may not be a topic you love to discuss however the quality of your retirement years, whether a long way off or just around the corner, will be set by the amount of super you can ultimately accumulate between now and then! ..
If your income is below $61,920 and you make a voluntary contribution to your superannuation, you may be entitled to up to an additional $1000 contribution from the Federal Government into your super. Below $31,920, the government will match dollar for dollar. If your income is between $31,920 and $61,920, your entitlement is reduced by 3.333c for every dollar you earn above $31,920. For further information click on the link below. ..
Thanks so much for last nights information! I think it was all information that I really needed to hear last night as Im thinking about taking the big step of buying my first property. Now to make it good debt! Cant wait for the next session! Thanks again!..more - Emma Boyle, Sunshine Coast