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Withdrawing income from a self-managed super fund holding a rental property?

When you start accessing an income stream from your super there is a minimum amount you must withdrawal each year depending on your age. Basically the older you get the higher the percentage of your ...
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Australian superannuation funds holding bitcoin?

You have to compare the costs of various SMSF providers, which should be able to bundle the compliance audit in their costs. There could still be ambiguity around the cryptocurrency or blockchain ...
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Lending to SMSF

Yes you can lend part of this money to your SMSF so that the SMSF can buy an investment property or other investments such as shares. However, the loan to your SMSF must be at commercial rates, at ...
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Australia SMSF - using it to offset the interest owning on my personal home-loan

No you cannot do this. Firstly the home loan is in your personal name whilst your SMSF would be a separate entity. The only way to do this would be for your SMSF to lend money to you and you then ...
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When is a higher return not desireable in a Retirement Fund?

If you can travel back in time, and start investing at the start of the period of the back-testing, the strategy with the higher return is better. Past performance is not a good indicator for future ...
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