Hoping for a juicy tax refund? Ten simple steps can help you get the max from your tax return.
It’s tax time, and whether you’re a first time investor or you’ve held your investment property for a while, it’s important to understand the tax implications of owning a rental property. We look at 5 surprising aspects of tax and property investing that you may not be aware of.
While selling on the open market is an obvious one, there are several other reasons why you may be transferring home ownership.
These simple steps can help make tax a treat instead of a tedious task.
There are a number of ways for Capital Gains Tax to be assessed and calculated, but there can also be ways to minimise how much tax you need to pay.
If your aim is to build cash-flow to retire on, your investment strategy needs to be different to someone looking to build equity for capital growth. Having a clear goal in mind before you start will make reaching that goal much easier.
Each Sunday John Symond answers one of your questions – this Sunday we’ll discuss how a property depreciation report can help you pay less tax on tax time.
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.
Whether you’re thinking about investing or are already in the investment game, it’s smart to brush up on your property investing knowledge – especially when it comes to the tax deductions you may be eligible for as an investor. Here are the top four tax deductions I believe property investors should know about: The cost More…
Whether you’re new to the property game or have a few under your belt, there’s a lot to learn and know about buying property.