Tax time is coming! Tips for rental property owners.
As we get ready to kick off the 2019 tax return season, now is a good time to look at some of the things we need to prepare your tax return. Here are some things for rental property owners to consider this tax time. I’ve purchased a property this year, what do I bring? The […] Read More
Great opportunity or am I getting ripped off?
Today’s blog started with a message on my phone at about 8:15pm on a Tuesday from a friend via Facebook Messenger, “Hi Rohan, just wondering if you have heard of…”. After a quick Google I came up with the results of a Gold Coast based advisory business. Initial alarm bells went off and I fired […] Read More
Property Investment Traps for Investors to Avoid
There are always tips and traps to remember when property investing but here are some traps investors should avoid: 1) Lack of Property Maintenance Like any investment, your property and your tenants need to be treated with respect. If your property falls into a state of disrepair this can result in a multitude of problems. […] Read More
Top 10 tips to help rental property owners avoid common tax mistakes
The following are the ten common mistakes that the ATO have identified with rental property claims: 1. Keeping the right records You must have evidence of your income and expenses so you can claim everything you are entitled to. Capital gains tax may apply when you sell your rental property. So keep records over the […] Read More
Should you buy a holiday house?
A common topic we speak to clients about is about the merits of purchasing your own holiday house. The start of these conversations are usually based on a recent holiday the clients have been on, where they absolutely love the coastal town they’ve just stayed in but have paid a fortune for holiday accommodation. Client: It […] Read More
Why do Interest Rates matter for property owners?
This seems like a pretty simple question with a very obvious answer. The higher interest rates are the higher the interest costs payable for borrowers. End of story….or is it? Interest rates need to be looked at in a bit more detail to try and understand how they affect your own situation, whether it be […] Read More
Four investing myths
There is so much information available to investors at any time that it is now becoming difficult to determine if that information can be relied upon. I thought it was an opportune time to try and sift out some of that information we believe is a myth rather than a fact. Myth One All property […] Read More