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Depreciation Schedules

Depreciation Schedules – More Than Just A Piece Of Paper

I cannot tell you how many people I have met who have missed out on THOUSANDS of deductions ...
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Should I Invest In Property With My Sibling?

More and more siblings are approaching the serviceability issue (that is the ability to pay for loans) by ...
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What They’re Not Telling You About The 25% CGT Discount

In about 3 weeks, Australia will be having a Federal Election and there is a certain party talking ...
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What Happens To The Family Home When A Divorce Is On The Table?

I recently shared a video on my Facebook page about the D word 'DIVORCE' and what it means ...
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Why It’s Your Fault You Can’t Get Into The Market (and You Don’t Even Know Why).

Why It’s Your Fault You Can’t Get Into The Market (and You Don’t Even Know Why).

When my PA came up to me with a screen shot of a question she saw in her ...
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How starting a family and property investment can work hand-in-hand

The pitter patter of tiny feet are on the horizon and your brilliant investment plans have been slated ...
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How Cash Buffers Give Property Investors A Good Night Sleep

How Cash Buffers Give Property Investors A Good Night Sleep

With hands wringing in nervousness, I get the three “what if’s” from a first-time investor. “What if I ...
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How Much Do I Need TO Earn To Buy An Investment Property?

How Much Do I Need To Earn To Buy An Investment Property?

Probably one of the MOST common questions I get asked in all of my events is the big ...
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Why Should First Home Owners Invest First

I spoke at a networking event recently where a lovely young lady (let's call her Kate) was sharing ...
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How to save money on tax before the next election

Read this information now to save big dollars. Hurry you have less than 90 days to act. With ...
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Tax variation key to supercharged cashflow

Residential investors, it's time to unlock your pay packet and start claiming what's yours with a tax variation ...
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Successful property portfolios – quality trumps quantity

We've all heard about that one investor who has a massive nationwide portfolio, but not much to show ...
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Property portfolio strategies when retirement is just around the corner

If you're like many Australians, retirement is something sitting over the hill - you can see the slight ...
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Starting again after a setback

Originally published in The Frontier Investor Newly single? Let's uncover how you can bounce back and build a strong ...
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Emotional mistakes property investors should avoid

Recently I spoke with Belinda Punshon from finder.com.au about how to master your rational decision making to avoid emotional pitfalls ...
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TESTIMONIAL: I don't like debt yet I'm now set.....

You will have to excuse the rhyme but it's true. I don't like debt and paid my townhouse off as fast as I could. Then I had all this extra money in the bank which I was being taxed on. But the thought of buying an investment property and being in debt again was overwhelming. Until I met Christine. She walked me through the principles of good debt and bad debt and how I could not only stop paying tax on the % I was earning but grow my funds faster with an investment property. Three years on and I'm about to buy my second investment property with increased equity in my first. It's not hard but it took me a while to let go of my fear around debt to move forward. Things are looking 'set' now.

 Andrew G.