Self-Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSFs) have become a popular investment vehicle in Australia, offering individuals greater control over their retirement savings. One intriguing avenue for SMSF investment is purchasing medical rooms. Not only does this provide a stable income stream, but it also allows healthcare professionals to secure their own practice premises. In this blog, we
Buying into a Medical Practice partly or wholly can be a very daunting task which is generally capital intensive, but when performed correctly it can create a great investment vehicle which will continue to provide community health for future generations. The purpose of completing a due diligence is to confirm the facts provided by the
2021 was a busy year for the superannuation industry, and no doubt as we head to a federal election superannuation will again be a hot topic. A few weeks ago, Federal Parliament passed new legislation to be effective from 1 July 2022 which will provide additional attractive concessions for members of superannuation funds. We discuss these
By Michael Walsh, CEO of Walshs Practice If you operate a Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF), you should be aware that there are compliance obligations you must meet and that non-compliant funds may be subject to ATO sanctions or penalties. An SMSF trustee who does not meet compliance requirements might be forced to undertake an education
Family trusts and self-managed super funds (SMSFs) have a lot to offer Australians as wealth transfer and management tools. Family trusts and SMSFs carry their own benefits and disadvantages in providing a way to transfer and manage your family’s wealth. By weighing up the points of difference, you can choose the most appropriate option for
Strict investment rules govern how trustees can acquire assets through self-managed super funds (SMSF) from related parties. When it comes to acquiring an asset from a related party, a trustee must ensure it is an ‘arm’s length transaction’, in other words, the asset is purchased at market value. This means ensuring it is also: •
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