Negative Gearing: An In-Depth Discussion
What is it and how are you affected?
Negative gearing is hot on the agenda in Australia at the moment. From the water cooler to the halls of Parliament, it's the talk of the town.
The Hopkins Group Executive Chairman John Hopkins, Director of Accounting Rachel Williams and Head of Advice Shane Light discuss negative gearing in Australia, how it works, who it benefits, and how Labor’s proposed federal changes could create a distorted housing market.
The team also walks us through the state of Australia’s current housing market, how it compares to 30 years ago and what to expect in the near future.
To find out where you stand with negative gearing, contact The Hopkins Group on 1300 726 082.
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