1. Limited recourse borrowing arrangements
Experience Superannuation Advice
Our comprehensive knowledge of the superannuation laws and the potential impact of recent superannuation reforms ensures that our clients’ superannuation needs and problems are in secure hands.
Our team has extensive experience in assisting clients with all types of superannuation matters, including:
- Assisting self-managed super funds (SMSF) maintain and achieve complying fund status
- Transferring assets to and from related parties
- Successfully assisting businesses object and appeal against incorrect and unfair employer superannuation guarantee (SG) obligation assessments
- Advising trustees and auditors on how to resolve contraventions (i.e. in-house asset transactions)
- Advising trustees on how to best structure their SMSF investments
- Limited recourse borrowing arrangements
2. Superannuation advice
What is a limited recourse borrowing arrangement (LRBA)?
An SMSF is restricted from borrowing except through limited recourse borrowing arrangements (LRBAs).
LRBAs are useful borrowing arrangements that allow SMSFs to enter into loans (from either related parties lenders or financial institutions) to enable the SMSF to fund the purchase of assets (i.e. real property or shares).
Our superannuation experts have helped many clients setup and refinance LRBAs to purchase property and shares from both related parties and third parties.
Our LRBA Package
We offer an LRBA package to enable SMSFs the ability to borrow funds from either a financial institution or a related party (i.e. a family trust or a member of the SMSF) to acquire assets.