What the July 1, 2017 super changes mean for property investors: Property Observer free eBook

What the July 1, 2017 super changes mean for property investors: Property Observer free eBook
What the July 1, 2017 super changes mean for property investors: Property Observer free eBook

With changes to the superannuation system coming up on July 1 property investors need to review their circumstances.

They need to plan ahead to sell their property and contribute it into their superannuation.

Starting on July 1, the maximum you can contribute personally to superannuation (after-tax) will be $100,000 a year, or $300,000 averaged over three years.

Higher limits of $180,000 a year or $540,000 over three years apply now.

What the July 1, 2017 super changes mean for property investors: Property Observer free eBook

These changes will affect people who own real estate through a self-managed super fund (SMSF) especially retirees whose property supports pension payments.

Other groups might also be impacted by these changes, however each individual is different and it is advisable to seek individual advice.

For more information download the PDF here.

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