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Self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) have always had the option of purchasing property with cash. Since September 2007 when the Commonwealth Government gave SMSFs the green-light to purchase property and other assets with borrowings there has been a surge in interest from Australians looking to transfer their super into SMSFs and use their money to invest in property.Super is an excellent vehicle for accumulating wealth and saving for retirement and Australians have had a long-standing love affair with property. By combining the two many think they have achieved a match made in heaven.However before considering using your SMSF to invest in property and in particular borrowing to invest it is best to have all the facts. In this informative book superannuation expert Martin Murden looks at this investment strategy from all angles:1. Comparison between direct vs indirect property ownership through your SMSF2. Buying with cash or borrowings3. What property your SMSF can and cannot buy4. Buying with a partnership or trust5. How your investment property will be taxed6. What happens when you sell the property7. Managing your investment property in retirement.

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