Tax Time Tips for Property Investors

If you are one of the 2 million people in Australia* that have investment property, whether negatively or positively geared, tax time means getting your things in order to maximise your deductions, including your loan interest expenses. Here’s 5 Top Tips this tax time: 1) Understand all of the deductions categories. Expenses include; mortgage interest, bank charges, … Read more

Case Study: Investing in property

Craig works as a Brand Manager at Lion Dairy and Drinks and I recently worked with him to gain pre approval for the purchase of his second investment property. I asked him if he could share his experiences with investing in property.   Tell us a bit about your first investment property? I purchased my first investment … Read more

Tax Time Tips for Investment Property Owners

It’s tax time and those of you with Investment Property, whether negatively or positively geared, will no doubt be looking to maximise your deductions. Here are 5 Tips on Taxation and Investment Property Have a good accountant. It goes without saying a good accountant that is across all aspects of investment property will keep you on … Read more

Is Negative Gearing for me?

Negative Gearing can be described as an approach to investment whereby losses recognised against one investment can be offset against other income, with the effect of reducing one’s overall tax. In Australia, it generally refers to residential property investors who can offset losses on an investment property (or properties) against their regular PAYG income. Negative … Read more