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Investing in Rare Banknotes, Coins, and Antiquities.

Bankrolling A Profit.
Investing in rare banknotes, coins and antiquities may provide key taxation advantages for individuals and privately managed superannuation funds.

To establish these possible financial advantages, we strongly advise all readers and new investors to consult with their registered accountant or financial advisor as to current taxation laws as they apply to the investing in numismatics.

Collecting in rare banknotes, coins and antiquities – so called numismatics is a hobby and investment as old as time is itself.

Astute investors and collectors are aware of the benefits that accrue from diversifying a proportion of available funds into quality banknotes.

The advantages may be the creation of a well balanced portfolio between financial assets and physical assets. The discreet nature of investing in numismatics, the both tangible and portable character of these items.

The ease of administration, beauty of historical material, with the knowledge of knowing your investment can be passed from generation to generation.

With an investment in banknotes past performance is no indication of future returns.

Annual capital returns on superior graded banknotes of Uncirculated over a period of 10 years have shown an annual capital growth of 15% per annum from 1987 to 1997* Source Access Economics – Collectables Trader 1997.

Banknotes outstanding performance was featured on the Money Programme of 2000 as Australia’s Number 1 investment in all areas of investment.

Tax Implications
The tax implications for investors on income taxation applying to investment in banknotes, may apply to your investment. Being capital assets with no corresponding income steam, the freedom from income tax results in an uninterrupted compounding effect on the asset value, thus maximising capital growth.
A capital gain will be accessible for taxation upon the sale of any banknote after allowing the effect of inflation.

Superannuation Investments.
There is an interest in the investment of rare banknotes through superannuation funds, as a means of diversifying funds.

Rare Banknotes- The Best Producing Asset in Australia from 1990-2000.

Rare banknotes as both a superannuation and private investment have given outstanding returns over 30 years of survey’s conducted from 1977 up to 2000.

Annual capital returns of 15-20% in the superior graded banknotes of Uncirculated.

Annual capital growth from Australian Banknote and Coin Catalogues have shown from 2010 to 2011 an average growth of 5% per annum.

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Kate Webster

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