Nov 07, 2018 One of the hardest aspects of managing your own investment property is keeping tabs on your income and expenses. With the ATO cracking down on excessive property-related tax claims, it’s never been more important to keep good records.
Self managed super finds, we look at the pros and cons, the actual facts behind the funds, what’s involved in them, how many people are involved in them, and whether or not you should become involved.
In the second in our special series on SMSF's, David Shaw from WSC Group explains how easy or difficult it can be to set up a property in a SMSF.
Shannon Davis joins us in the first installment of a special series where we look at putting property into your self-managed superannuation fund.
The SMSF space is constantly evolving, with technology-driven changes to funding and financing now influencing this sector just as deeply as federal legislation. It begs the question: are SMSFs and crowdfunding a match made in heaven – or hell?
Investing through an SMSF can be complicated, and expert guidance and support are key to making it work. These real reader scenarios shed light on some tricky aspects of borrowing through an SMSF