162: Property Investing In A Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) with Jeremy Iannuzzelli

Have you ever thought about investing in a Self Managed Super Fund? 

Resident property and tax expert Ian Iannuzzelli hops back on the show as we dig into SMSF and all the goodies that come with it. We talk about the basics of SMSFs, how to get started, and how you can use it in your property investing journey! 

Is negative gearing possible for SMSF properties? Can you extract equity from SMSF purchases? How much does it cost to set up and run your SMSF? – We unbox these and heaps more!

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In this episode, we cover:

  1. Jeremy’s take on the current market situation [02:14]
  2. What’s driving the increase in rental prices? [07:21]
  3. The basics of Self Managed Super Funds (SMSF) [09:27]
  4. How to get started with your own SMSF [14:06]
  5. On SMSF borrowing capacity [19:20]
  6. Protecting your SMSF assets with negative gearing [23:59]
  7. The biggest mistake in running an SMSF [25:57]
  8. Can you extract equity from an SMSF purchase? [29:23]
  9. The cost of setting up an SMSF [33:53]
  10. Becoming a tenant in your own SMSF property [38:10]
  11. When to start benefitting from your SMSF [40:33]

About Our Guest:

With over 12 years of experience, dealing with small to medium business enterprises, Jeremy Iannuzzelli learned to channel his focus into the niche market of property investment. Dealing with many property investors, he is able to create effective tax structures in line with the goals and objectives his my clients.

He is also an enthusiastic property investor holding many properties in his portfolio and implementing a combination of strategies. Currently, he is engaged with many investors mentoring them not only in tax but a balanced strategy for them to acquire and hold more wealth helping them well into retirement.

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