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    • Most property investors accrue tax benefits at 31.5% as most investors have a taxable income between $37,000 and $80,000 per annum (2010 / 2011 year). If your taxable income is between $80,000 and $180,000 per annum your tax benefits accrue at 38.5% (2010 / 2011) and above $180,000 per annum your tax benefits accrue at 46.5%. read more

    • Your Investment Property has partnered with online property investment software specialists Real Estate Investar to bring subscribers a great offer. Receive 3 months free ‘Essential’ membership access to Real Estate Investar. This offer is available for a strictly limited time. read more

    • Investors can find the holy grail of positive cashflow and capital growth using the granny flat strategy. With recent changes in government legislation, investors are now able to take advantage of a dual income from one property purchase. read more

    • You can't afford to miss this year's hottest property investment event, Your Investment Property magazine’s Property Investors Forum. To be held in Sydney on 26th May 2012, this one-day forum will give you the edge to start or grow your property portfolio successfully. read more

    • Each month Ian Hosking Richards shares a fundamental tip or two to help budding investors build the best investment property portfolio they can. This month he discusses geographical diversification. read more

    • OK so you have bought a property in the US. It ticks all the right boxes: it’s in a good neighbourhood, has excellent rental prospects and is within reach of a good property manager. The only problem is that the previous tenants weren’t so happy about having their home foreclosed and took out some of their frustrations on it. As a result it is in desperate need of renovation. read more