Negative gearing is here to stay, what did we dodge?

29/07/2016   Stephen Phillips, Executive Property Investment Adviser

The 2016 federal election is behind us.

Amongst others, the Labor Party's proposed changes to negative gearing was one of most disputed policy challenges of the election campaign. These changes proposed to restrict negative gearing from existing properties, whilst allowing owners to continue deducting net rental losses against their wage income to new properties only.

In his first video blog, Executive Property Investment Adviser Stephen Phillips tells us how these changes would have altered the Australian rental market.


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09/03/2018   Ivy Guo, Graduate Accountant

Before you claim a deduction on your rental property travel expenses, it's best to check you're eligible to continue making that claim.

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How will changes to depreciation deductions affect you?

27/02/2018   Bobbie Adams, Senior Accountant

Recent tax law changes might see a loss in deductions available to property investors. But is there a silver lining for those purchasing new and/or off-the-plan properties?

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Tax on vacant residential property

15/02/2018   The Hopkins Group

On 1 January 2018, the Vacant Residential Property Tax came into effect in Victoria. So what does this mean for you?

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