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2 responses to “Should you use a Corporate Trustee to run your Self Managed Super Fund?”

  1. Jeffrey

    In your last paragraph, “You can transfer the land out of your name into the name of your new company – for no transfer duty and no Capital Gains Tax. (Get the help of a tax lawyer.)”, do you mean you can transfer land as individual trustees to land as corporate trustee? Otherwise, this statement is misleading implying that you can transfer land into a company without CGT or stamp duty.

    1. Matt Hern

      Hi Jeffrey. That article is written by the specialist tax lawyers at LawCentral and reprinted with their permission. You will need to clarify that point with them, which you can probably do as a member of their Platinum club. (links above).

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