Wednesday, March 7th, 2012
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) stands to benefit from an increase in tax revenue as self managed super fund trustees embrace the new super borrowing rules and invest in property, according to Martin Jandera, an SMSF Specialist Adviser with the Super Property Concierge.

Martin says that with trustees hoping to take advantage of one of the key marketable benefits of the strategy, no tax on any capital gains when the property is sold in the pension phase, the element of death may find them before they can find a buyer for their property and enjoy a tax free capital gain.

"With the vacation of life also comes the vacation of the tax exemption that applies to all pension funds," Martin said. "A patient ATO, knows the certainty of death and its calculating nature understands that many mum and dad funds will prefer to maintain a stable and secure investment such as property potentially increasing its tax revenue in time."

The pain of loss may be accompanied by the sting of tax, for more information please refer to the Super Property Concierge blog ( ).

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Super Property Concierge

The Super Property Concierge helps people buy property through their own superannuation fund. We are a boutique, specialised financial services provider that brings together the exciting worlds of real estate, finance and superannuation through the creation of individually tailored and potentially powerful strategies.

With superannuation being the core driver for success in this strategy, having over 20 years experience in this discipline alone ensures our ability to skilfully integrate the finance, real estate and accounting disciplines to maximise your success.

Our ability to assess, develop and implement each aspect of the super property strategy ensures you will save time, money and avoid much of the effort that comes with developing and implementing such a sophisticated strategy.

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