Tips on picking a property investment winner.
Now that you’re on the property ladder, we’ve got some tips on how to keep climbing to the top.
Morrison’s budget offered good outcomes for small businesses and middle-income earners, with potential tax savings for both these groups. But it was superannuation reform that dominated the 2016 federal budget.
The fact that there’s nothing new on the horizon for negative gearing may be unhappy news for people saving for their first home – but good news if you’ve just invested in your first property.
Negative gearing is often regarded as the key to successful property investment but that is not always the case.
Each Sunday John Symond answers one of your questions – this Sunday we’ll discuss the difference between positive and negative gearing.
There is still time to pay property-related expenses that could boost your tax deductions for the current financial year. Think about undertaking, and paying for, any repairs that could be completed before 30 June. Check if your landlord’s insurance could be renewed and the premium paid before the end of the financial year.
If you’re thinking of buying an investment property deciding on your investment strategy – capital growth or rental return – is a good place to start.
Each Sunday John Symond answers one of your questions – this Sunday we’re looking at positively geared investment properties and excess savings.
Having a clear strategy is essential for selecting the right investment property.