This article explains what an in specie contribution to super is; why they are made; and some of the tax implications. It recommends professional advice for what can be a complicated method.
An ‘in specie’ contribution may sound like something your doctor would ask you for, but it’s actually a way in which non-cash contributions can be made to your self-managed superannuation fund. The process is a bit complicated though, so it’s important to understand the basics.
1. What is an in specie contribution?
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