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Why are Young Couples Flocking to Commercial Property?

IN HIS BOOK Rich Dad Poor Dad, Richard Kiyosaki tells us: “You must know the difference between an asset and liability, and buy assets.”

Because “assets put money in your pocket.” Whereas, liabilities continually take money out of your pocket.

CAPTURE AN UNFAIR ADVANTAGE

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Using Your Self-Managed Super Fund for Investment Without SMSF Borrowing

SINCE THE Superannuation Industry Supervision Act was amended in 2007 to allow superannuation funds to borrow against property, Self-Managed Super Funds have become a popular vehicle for investing in property, in particular for self-employed borrowers or those in transition to retirement phase.

Kick-start Your Business by Claiming Depreciation

Most property investors also run their own business. And as such, you realise there are significant costs involved in starting any new venture.

How Will Trump’s Win Affect Commercial Property?

WHILE THE WORLD may be stunned by Donald Trump’s win, you’ll most likely find things will not be nearly as bad as everyone thinks.

And that’s reflected in the huge rebound in the stock market — once investors began studying his policies in more depth.

Depreciation Benefits Fill a Pharmacist’s Prescription

IT’S EASY FOR business people, like pharmacists, to get so caught up in their day-to-day schedule … that they don’t stop to think about what tax deductions they could be claiming.

How Solar Panel Initiative Helps Commercial Landlords

A RECENT INITIATIVE by City of Melbourne set to accelerate the rollout of Solar Cells on commercial buildings across Australia.

5 Ways to Maximise Your Borrowing Capacity

WITH BANKS having tightened up investment lending considerably, gaining access to money for active property investors has become increasingly difficult. Here are some strategies that could help you to get the maximum amount of borrowing capacity with lenders.

Generate Cash Flow for Your Commercial Property

CLAIMING DEPRECIATION is paramount for commercial property owners and yet research suggests around 80% of owners fail to maximise the deductions available and therefore miss out on thousands of dollars.