Hi all, So I'm considering purchasing an IP in a trust (for asset protection purposes). So when I borrow the initial amount from the bank to invest in the unit trust, the funds are to invest in an income producing asset, so I can claim a deduction. Say 1 year down the track I wish to live in this property for 12 months. I don't want to claim a deduction for the 12 months I'm there (surely if it's not legal, it's certainly not ethical). However I want to make sure that once I move out and a tenant moves back in, that I can continue to claim the deduction. So during the time I move in, if I pay a nominal rental amount to the trust to cover expenses (so the trust has no net income for the period and thus pays no distribution) would that be acceptable?