Structuring Investment Property Finance: Part 4

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IV Part Series: Structuring Investment Property Finance
Part IV: Get The Right Tax Advisor 
Looks like we made it! Over the last couple of months I’ve relatively skimmed the surface of some of the most critical areas of structuring finance for property investment. We started by looking at capitalising your costs in Part I. We then moved on to projecting your costs and planning ahead in Part II, to then touch on a brief history of finance structure in Part III, and finally our last chapter on getting the right tax advisor on board to tie structuring finance up nice and neatly.

If you’ve taken value from this 4 part series on structuring finance, maybe you’d be interested in working with us long term to find out what we can really do for you as a client of W Financial, a part of our tight knit family. Our entire team are not only experts in investment property finance- our team are all seasoned investors with impressive individual portfolios also- this means we walk our talk. Numbers tell stories we believe, and in our experience we’ve seen to over half a billion dollars in loans for property investors and that to us is proof that we know how to get the results that change lives for the better.

If you’d like to work with W Financial to grow your portfolio and boost your wealth, you need a tax agent who will work with us to ensure that your finance is structured to obtain maximum tax benefits from your investment properties without falling foul of a rejection of your claim for tax deductions under Part 4a.

W Financial is currently talking to tax advisers recommended by our members to compile a list of “WF approved” accountants and tax agents that we can all feel confident and happy with. If you know of an accountant who provides outstanding service in the area of residential property investment related tax affairs, we want to know about them. They should be:
  • Passionate about property investment.
  • Good communicators – Property women want to learn from, not just dump, these issues.
  • Proactively involved with your portfolio, so that they are happy to sign “lo doc declarations”, for instance.
If your accountant ticks all the boxes, do him or her a favour and send us their contact details. We might be able to send a whole lot of business their way.
We hope to have the pleasure of getting to know you in the not so distant future! Please feel free contact us to have a chat and ask how we can fit into helping you achieve your investment goals.

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