Tax Strategies - Investment Strategies

    • Nine out of 10 times, the tax rules surrounding investment properties are well known and intuitive. But hidden in the fine print of the legislation are some lesser-known tax rules that could potentially affect your tax position. It pays to know about these rules so you are covering all bases read more

    • After a political standoff almost saw negative gearing legislation drastically changed in Australia, may investors began worrying about their property portfolios. We asked Sam Saggers from Positive Real Estate to explain the ins and outs of negative gearing – and how to avoid being overexposed read more

    • Landscaping is generally non-deductible in terms of your annual tax return. However, you should keep a record of these expenses as they will form part of the calculation of the capital gain upon sale of the property. read more

    • As a trusted adviser and accountant who is specialised in property, Eddie Chung encounters many queries from clients regarding their investment properties. The following are some of the commonly asked questions that may be on your mind as well read more

    • At this time of year, you may be looking into such sharing services for your family home while you are away on your end of year holiday. How do participating in these sharing economy websites and apps affect you tax wise? read more

    • With the ATO currently undertaking extensive data matching of property sale records with tax returns to identify any omissions or misstatements, it is critical that you understand your tax obligations. Eddie Chung explains read more