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The nuts and bolts of property in super presentation

Published on 21 Aug 12 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation explores the current law on how SMSF’s can invest in property and the practical pitfalls.

Topics covered include:

  • renovation
  • development
  • related party acquisitions
  • related party structures
  • limited recourse borrowing.

Author profile:

Dennis Eagles CTA
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. Current at 17 November 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Dennis EAGLES.
 

This was presented at Hands On Super - A Practical Guide For You And Your Practice.

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