Published on March 18, 2014
www.lasseter.com.au email@example.com 083 691 Gearing in SMSF
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www.lasseter.com.au email@example.com 083 691 • As a result of the amendments in September 2007 to the Superannuation Industry (SIS) Act 1993, it is now possible for a regulated superannuation fund to borrow to acquire a property under strict specific conditions. • In order for a borrowing to qualify for the exception in s.67 (4A) it is crucial that: o The asset acquired is not one that the super fund is prohibited from acquiring o The asset is held on trust for the super fund so the trustee acquires a beneficial interest o The super fund has the right to acquire legal ownership of the asset by making one or more further payments o The rights of the lender, should the super fund default on the loan are limited to rights relating to the original asset • Currently there are funding options to gear into the following assets: o Property o Listed shares o Managed funds SMSF Gearing Opportunity
www.lasseter.com.au firstname.lastname@example.org 083 691 • Residential o Members or related parties are prohibited from living in the premises o Members are able to purchase the property to live in after their retirement subject to a number of conditions. • Holiday or Student Housing o Subject to lenders requirements • Commercial Property o Members are allowed to operate their business from the property subject to arms length residency agreement. Types of Property
www.lasseter.com.au email@example.com 083 691 LENDER SMSF TRUST YOUR COMPANY BUSINESS PREMISES Loan Repayments Contributions Rent LeaseLimited Recourse Features of a SMSF Purchasing Property
www.lasseter.com.au firstname.lastname@example.org 083 691 Advantages •Asset protection (Asset in SMSF not business) •Negative cashflow comes from super e.g. 9% SGC (limits) •Frees up cash held in Superannuation that can used for the business. •CGT on sale lower 10% or nil after age 60 •Income Tax benefits 15% •Interest rate are at commercial rates •Saving for retirement Disadvantages •Associated costs •Complexity •Over exposure to property •Needs cashflow in fund to meet loan repayments – issue in retirement Pro’s and Con’s
www.lasseter.com.au email@example.com 083 691 Summary •ABC Pty Ltd (family business) •Currently renting business premises •Current super • Dad $250,000 • Mum $70,000 Case Study
www.lasseter.com.au firstname.lastname@example.org 083 691 • Set up SMSF & role current super into fund ($320,000) • Purchase factory for $800,000 • Borrow 65% - $520,000 • Rent factory to A & B P/L at 8% - $64,000 • Loan over 15yrs @ 9.5% • SMSF uses rent to make loan repayments – $65,160 • Property growth at 3% Outcomes • Tax benefits Between $9,600 - $19,200 • Asset protection • Saving for retirement • Reduce CGT or in pension mode tax free Case Study
www.lasseter.com.au email@example.com 083 691 Year Value Loan Net Equity $800,000.00 $520,000.00 $280,000.00 1 $824,000.00 $503,536.35 $320,463.65 2 $848,720.00 $485,438.66 $363,281.34 3 $874,181.60 $465,544.74 $408,636.86 4 $900,407.05 $443,676.30 $456,730.75 5 $927,419.26 $419,637.38 $507,781.88 6 $955,241.84 $393,212.56 $562,029.28 7 $983,899.09 $364,165.02 $619,734.07 8 $1,013,416.07 $332,234.45 $681,181.62 9 $1,043,818.55 $297,134.72 $746,683.83 10 $1,075,133.10 $258,551.26 $816,581.84 11 $1,107,387.10 $216,138.32 $891,248.78 12 $1,140,608.71 $169,515.81 $971,092.90 13 $1,174,826.97 $118,265.93 $1,056,561.04 14 $1,210,071.78 $61,929.40 $1,148,142.38 15 $1,246,373.93 $0.00 $1,246,373.93 Case Study
www.lasseter.com.au firstname.lastname@example.org 083 691 • Establishment Costs – FREE (Lasseter will establish your SMSF at no cost) • Corporate Trustee - $444 (One Off – ASIC Fee) see our SMSF Starter Package • Annual Accounting and Tax – starting from $1320, see our Compliance and Administration Package • Annual Audit – starting from $330 * • Annual ATO Levy - $150 • Annual ASIC Fees - $212 (only for corporate trustee) • Other Professional Fees – ie Financial Advisor • Investment Fees – depending on investments chosen What are the Costs?
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