Published on 04 Jun 04
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
SMSFs are one of the most concessionally taxed vehicles, but they are subject to detailed rules through the
SIS provisions. Can you use your SMSF to invest in property? This paper will tell you how, including:
- holding your business premises in your SMSF
- participating in a property development
- leasing property to associates
- buying property from associates
- jointly owning property.
Lisa was admitted as a solicitor in 1999 and specialises in Financial Services, Privacy and Superannuation Law. Lisa is the co-author of the Financial Services Reform Implementation Kit and Privacy Implementation Kit with the Financial Planning Association of Australia Limited. Lisa holds the ASFA Certificate of Superannuation Management and Certificate of Trusteeship and is an ASFA Tutor in Trusteeship. Lisa is a regular presenter for the Society of Certified Practising Accountants and other industry groups on Financial Services Reform and various industry groups on Privacy in the private sector. She is also a Lecturer in Estate Planning for Securities Institute Graduate Diploma Financial Planning, Principles and Practice.
- Current at
21 May 2013