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Strategies for SMSF property transactions paper

Published on 23 May 19 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • transfer of real property into a self-managed superannuation fund
  • transfer of property from a SMSF to a member
  • transfer of property from one SMSF to another 
  • investment by an SMSF in a geared unit trust which acquires property.

 

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Chris Balalovski CTA
Chris has a career spanning more than 33 years and provides complex commercial as well as legal advice to a broad spectrum of high net wealth individuals and their associated entities. As a taxation and superannuation law specialist, Chris provides high-level accounting and taxation compliance services as well as strategic legal and commercial advice on matters including acquisition, holding and disposal of various assets, derivation of income and incurring of expenses. Chris is the Chairman of the Self-Managed Independent Superannuation Funds Association, which represents the interests of self-managed superannuation funds to Government and authorities. - Current at 25 June 2019
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