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Murray recommends no borrowing in SMSFs

07 December 2014 |

RulesThe FSI has been released and it is recommending no borrowing in SMSFs. It is also recommending changes that would affect the major banks and the residential property market.


More tap their super to pay down housing debt

27 October 2014 |

HelpMore are using their super to pay down housing debt. But measures to make it easier would be a very bad idea because it would make the local capital markets even more concentrated.


Have you used related party loans in your super?

23 October 2014 |

RelatedThe ATO may be about to make changes to the law and it is advisable to be careful.


Good preparation beats trying to pick markets

09 October 2014 |

George LucasB2B financial services entrepreneur George Lucas says non-professional investors do not understand that the business of investing is not about picking where markets are going. It is about preparing well with a properly diversified strategy. And understanding that very few people in the Australian market make the important decisions.


The super fee rort

14 September 2014 |

RortBecause super fund managers get paid a percentage rather than a flat fee, their income is soaring to extraordinary levels.


SMSFs have their own governance problems

08 September 2014 |

GovernanceThe governance issues at retail and industry funds are signficant and are being widely debated. But DIY funds have their own, often unrecognised, governance issues.


Delay in super levy unwelcome politics

03 September 2014 |

unwelcomeThe decision to delay the rise in the superannuation levy, in return for removing the mining tax, is an unwelcome intrusion of short term politics into long term national saving, many argue.


The in-house assets trap

27 August 2014 |

jailTrustees of SMSFs need to be careful of the in house assets rules. Contraventions of these rules account for more than a quarter of all breaches.


Small super tax is big politics

26 August 2014 |

taxThe tax breaks on super are becoming a major political issue. But the real winners are those in the financial services industry.


ATO reviews SMSF Tax concessions data

25 August 2014 |

cheatMore than half of self managed super funds pay no tax, according to ATO data. In particular, dividend imputation gives them a tax holiday. The average fund now has $920K.


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