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What are the benefits of contribution splitting?

Contribution splitting involves transferring certain contributions made into your super account to your spouse’s super account. Depending on your individual circumstances, contribution splitting may help to provide earlier access to your retirement savings, help you qualify for Centrelink benefits, increase your allowable concessional contributions or help you save on tax....

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Residential property & your SMSF

Purchasing residential property within your SMSF can be an effective way to increase the value of your retirement savings. Firstly, the maximum tax rate your SMSF will pay on rental income is 15%. Secondly, residential property generally returns around 10.3% pa, comprising approximately 3.5% net income and 6.8% capital growth....

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