Buying your rooms through super has become a very popular strategy among Medical Professionals, and it is not hard to see why. Under the right circumstances it can be an excellent wealth creation strategy.
However, it can also be a rather complex arrangement and it is not necessarily right for every Medical Professional.
As part of our collaborative series “Avoiding pitfalls & maximising opportunity when expanding your medical practice” this week we present you with a comprehensive guide on buying your own rooms through super.
In this guide, we demystify the strategy and share some of the tips and traps you need to be aware of.
Please note, this guide is not a substitute for personal advice as the information is of a general nature only and does not consider your personal circumstances. Buying property through super, via a borrowing arrangement, always requires specific tax, legal and financial advice.
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