Yes, although there are things that need to be considered before you do.
You can buy any sort of property however Residential Property must be an arm’s length transaction from a third party.
You can buy Commercial Property from a related party if certain conditions are met.
Yes, but there are guidelines to follow to allow this to happen.
Changes to the Superannuation Industry Supervision (SIS) Act in September 07 now means SMSFs can now borrow to purchase real estate using a structure established for this purpose as long as certain conditions are met. There are various loan products offered which enable these purchases to be made.
You need to pay super for all eligible employees at least once every financial quarter, by the 28th day of the month following the end of the quarter. This is the last day that you can pay a super contribution to an employee’s super fund before you are liable for the super guarantee charge. If you do not pay at least the minimum amount of super to the correct super fund, you’ll need to lodge a Superannuation guarantee charge statement – quarterly. The super guarantee late payment offset allows you to offset late super contributions against the super guarantee charge for a period.
The ATO has introduced new measures to help small businesses with an annual turnover of less than $2 million that are struggling to manage their tax payment obligations in the current economic climate. These are (1) 12-month general interest charge (GIC) free payment arrangements, and (2) deferred activity statement payment due dates.
If you make pay as you go (PAYG) instalments on your activity statement and your business income is reduced substantially part way through the tax year, you may be able to vary your instalment amount or rate.
If you need assistance to manage your business, talk to us and we can help you better understand your tax obligations. Our range of business support services gives you access to experienced tax officers who can answer your questions and help you get on top of your tax issues.
If you are having difficulty paying your tax obligations, phone us to discuss your circumstances. By contacting us early, we can help you address the problem before it becomes more difficult to manage.