2011/12 taxation statistics reveal a slight fall in negatively geared property investors….


img-loan-scalesNegative gearing is widely used and available across a range of investment classes in Australia. It is most widely recognised and discussed relating to residential property investment. Negative gearing allows the owners of investment to offset any costs associated with their investment against their taxable income. As you will see, some of the most common deductions for residential property are: rental interest, capital works and other costs such as strata levies and depreciation. Read More…

 

 

 

 

 

Source: on May 7, 2014 in Economics, Housing supply, Research

 

 

 

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