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Property through your Superannuation – SMSF
If you are considering investing in property, a great alternative is through your Superannuation. If you have $150,000 or more invested in superannuation, you should seriously consider a self-managed super fund. "Do it yourself superannuation" gives you great control over investments and a number of tax-effective opportunities that you simply don't get from an established fund. SMSF still allows you the ability to invest long or short term in property but takes away the necessity of possibly having to top up the shortfall to fund your investment each month through your after tax income. The rent from the property is paid directly to your SMSF along with ongoing contributions possibly from your employer, eliminating the need for you to fund ongoing shortfalls hence eliminating financial strain on your after tax income.
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