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LBRA Position - Have Your Say


The SMSF Association is reviewing its position on Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangement (LRBA) policy and would like your input. The Association believes it may be appropriate to advocate for further restrictions on the use of LRBAs to ensure that they remain an option for SMSFs rather than risk losing them altogether as a genuine retirement savings building strategy. Please also read a summary of current statistics and trends here, to further inform your view. We would appreciate your expertise and feedback regarding potential options, safeguards and policy positions the Association could take.

Take the survery here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6HWSSQ7?_cldee=c2VsbGlzQGVsbGlzbGF3LmNvbS5hdQ%3d%3d&recipientid=contact-8e6f291ec278e61180d1000d3ad070fe-509c6e622ac044059cff8807654216bc&esid=b08bd5a2-19b6-e811-80fc-000d3ad070fe

SMSF Association

11 September 2018

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