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  • Advantages of Buying an Investment Property using your Self Managed Super Fund

    Self-managed super funds (SMSFs) started to become a favorite choice for property investors in Australia. Based on the data, there are over 1,000 self-managed super funds registered weekly. Your SMSF is no different in terms of tax advantages from that of retail and corporate funds in the market. Having the ability to own a property and have full control over it is what sets it apart. If you are after long-term retirement income then this is a good investment strategy for you. Below are some of the pros or advantages of purchasing a property through an SMSF. Lower Taxes Your super fund is intended as a source for retirement savings. In this regard, whatever you earn within your SMSF is taxed at only 15%. Compared to owning a property investment under your own name, this is substantially a lesser amount. Business Perks and Bonus With an SMSF, purchasing a commercial property and having it leased by your own business is possible. Something you cannot do with a residential property - this is again dependent on the type of property portfolio you have or want to build. Please note though that leasing it yourself is under the guidelines that you pay the rent or lease based on the current market rental rate. Regardless, the income goes into your retirement or SMSF. Still a win-win. Lower Capital Gains Tax Properties held for more than 12 months are eligible to receive a ⅓ discount on any capital gain it makes from the sale. This instance can lower the capital gains tax liability to a maximum of 10%. Independence Making use of your superannuation as an SMSF allows you to directly own an investment property. With your SMSF you also have direct control of your own investment strategies, investments, and the overall diversification in your portfolio. These advantages and benefits of buying an investment property with a self-managed super fund also come with different sets of disadvantages and cons, we will put that together in the upcoming blog so you can look at both perspectives and decide if it really is for you :) We have hundreds of investment properties you can buy in your SMSF. Call or email to find out more and discuss your options today. Learn more about SMSF HERE. Property Rules in Self-Managed Super Fund.

  • Other options for investing in property in Australia - Your SMSF

    Investing in property through a self-managed super fund (SMSF) has grown in popularity in recent years, particularly since it became possible for SMSFs to borrow money to fund a direct property purchase. This is an area where you really do need to make sure you know what you’re getting into. Here is our guide to buying property through your SMSF. The tax consequences of buying and renting a property If you buy a property through an SMSF, the fund is required to pay 15% tax on rental income from the property. On properties held for longer than 12 months, the fund receives a one-third discount on any capital gain it makes upon sale, bringing any capital gains tax liability down to 10%. ​ If the property is purchased via a loan, the interest payments are tax-deductible to the fund. If expenses exceed income there is a taxable loss that is carried forward each year and can be offset on future taxable income. ​ Once trustees start receiving a pension at retirement, any rental income or capital gains arising in the fund will be tax-free. Note also, that if you make a loss on your property, any tax losses cannot be offset against your personal taxable income outside the fund. To ‘limit the recourse’ of the lender, a separate property trust and trustee is established to hold the property on behalf of the super fund, outside the actual SMSF structure. All the income and expenses of the property go through the super fund’s bank account. The super fund must meet all loan repayments. If the super fund fails to do this, the lender only has the property held in the separate trust as a recourse, and cannot access any remaining assets of the super fund. Borrowing criteria for SMSFs Borrowing criteria for an SMSF is generally much stricter than a normal property loan that you might take out as an individual. The loan also comes with higher costs, which need to be factored in when working out if the investment is worthwhile. ​ Currently, the general consensus is that most financial institutions will not consider lending to an SMSF unless they have a balance of at least $200,000. ​ If your primary purpose for wanting to have an SMSF is to purchase property with a mortgage then consulting with a bank or mortgage broker is strongly recommended before you even establish the super fund, to identify if you have sufficient funds to obtain finance. ​ Remember that loan repayments must be made from your SMSF. This means your SMSF must always have funds available to meet the loan repayments. The SMSF can fund the loan repayments through rental income on the property and through superannuation contributions into the fund. Once the property begins to produce a rental income, it will be taxed at 15%. If the property is sold (after owning it for more than 12 months), 10% capital gains tax will apply. If the SMSF is in pension phase and the sale fits within the member’s $1.6m balance cap, then no capital gains tax is payable. ​ All of our properties are available for SMSF Packages with the help of industry partners, we can be able to secure the acquisition of the property from the beginning to the end of the process. If you find any of our properties to your liking, you may request that we package it up for an SMSF. For more information on buying or investing properties using your super you may visit these links: Understand the rules, costs and risks of setting up a self-managed super fund (SMSF) to invest in residential property. Acquiring a Property with your Superfund

  • Tax Depreciation: Depreciating assets you can claim

    Part of our commitment to our clients is to provide a Tax Depreciation Report on the hand-over of their newly built investment properties. To provide more of a guided insight as to how this works, and how a property investor can save money over a purchase of a new property, have a read on. Depreciating assets you can claim a deduction for include: New assets Substantial renovations Limit on a deduction for the decline in value of second-hand depreciating assets for residential premises Home turned into a rental property before 1 July 2017 Carrying on a business of letting rental properties Calculating deductions for decline in value New assets You can claim decline in value for new assets but not for second-hand or used assets. This includes your purchase of a newly built or substantially renovated property if no one was previously entitled to a deduction for the decline in value of the depreciating asset, and either: no one resided at the property before you acquired it the asset was installed for use, or used at this property, and you acquired the property within six months of it being newly built or substantially renovated. Substantial renovations Substantial renovations of a rental property are renovations in which all or substantially all, of a building is removed or is replaced. This could include the removal or replacement of foundations, external walls, interior supporting walls, floors, roof or staircases. For renovations to be substantial, they must directly affect most rooms in a building. We take into account renovations you make collectively to a house, such as the: removal and replacement of the exterior walls removal of some internal walls replacement of the flooring replacement of the kitchen. Limit on a deduction for the decline in value of second-hand depreciating assets Second-hand depreciating assets are depreciating assets that were already installed ready for use or used: by another entity (except as trading stock) in your private residence for a non-taxable purpose, unless that use was occasional (for example, staying at the property for one evening while carrying out maintenance activities would be occasional use). You can no longer claim a deduction for certain second-hand depreciating assets unless you are. using the property in carrying on a business (including a business of letting rental properties) an excluded entity. Otherwise, you can only claim deductions for second-hand or used depreciating assets in residential rental properties if both of the following apply: you purchased the asset before 7.30pm on 9 May 2017 you installed it into your rental property before 1 July 2017. Source: https://www.ato.gov.au/ We have just secured another client of tax savings in as much as $15K! This is with his Tax Depreciation Schedule Report upon handover and completion of the property he purchased through the: Positive Income Properties Subscriber Offer. We offer our investor clients a FREE DEPRECIATION REPORT so they can hand this to their accountant and have their TAXABLE INCOME REDUCED. ***Actual table from the Tax Depreciation Schedule Report document of a property handover scheduled April 14 2022. In this case, in the first full year, our client will have over $15,000 reduction in their taxable income - Talk to us about how we can secure a positive income property for you.

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