Published on 29 Aug 12
by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper explores the current law on how SMSF’s can invest in property and the practical pitfalls.
- related party acquisitions
- related party structures
- limited recourse borrowing.
Dennis is a Private Advisory Partner in Grant Thornton’s Brisbane office and heads the firm’s Self-Managed Superannuation business. He has over 20 years’ experience providing taxation, superannuation, retirement & estate planning advice to his clients, financial advisers and accountants. Dennis and his team specialise in formulating Self-Managed Superannuation strategies which often form a key component to their client’s wealth creation and protection plans.
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03 May 2017