It’s that time of year again, the financial year has only days left and it’s time to think tax! You have an investment property, so now is the time to start planning your deductions, if you haven’t already done so. The easiest way to maximise your return? Make a list for your accountant with everything itemised and categorised to make tax time fuss free.
A great question! We’ve sought out the expertise of a financial advisor to give you all an overview of how you can potentially use your super to invest in rental property. Through a self managed super fund (SMSF) it’s a real possibility for many Australians looking to invest in property, whether it’s your first, or you’re adding to your portfolio. We sat down with Paul Zobonos from Manifest Financial Wealth to talk us through it.
Chances are you have scanned dozens of articles online about real estate investing and found the same highly debatable question raised in each – Is it better to invest in a property for capital growth or rental returns? Instead of giving you a ton of confusing formulas, I’d like to take you on a journey of two investors – one seeking capital gains and the other rental returns and what a real world outcome would be so you can decide which strategy is ultimately the best.