Tech Know - An update on SMSFs and granny-flats

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Legislation was enacted just before the end of the financial year that means from 1 July 2021, it is now possible to have up to 6 members in a SMSF.  In this podcast, we look to the benefits and risks of raising fund membership.  We also explore changes made to the capital gains tax treatment of granny flat arrangements that also took effect from that date.

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