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MoneySuper & Funds  SMSF alert on property John Collett  Date December 5 2012  SMH Trustees investing in real estate must keep an eye on the details or could find themselves in serious trouble. Read more: The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is warning trustees of the rapidly growing self-managed superannuation funds (SMSF) sector to be cautious when investing in property.  The acting commissioner of the ATO, Bruce Quigley, says some trustees are using their superannuation funds to invest in property without fully understanding their legal obligations, or are deliberately trying to skirt the law.  Breaches of the law can result in a fund's trustees being disqualified, civil penalties or even criminal charges. Fines of up to $220,000 can be applied to trustees entering into arrangements that are not properly structured. Over the past five years, the rules have been progressively relaxed. Trustees can now borrow to invest in property through their...
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