Tax variation key to supercharged cashflow

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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 due by June 30 each year. This completely legal accounting process reduces your tax during the year, thereby improving cashflow and your investment property’s holding costs. At Smarter Property Investing, we know that strong cash flow is the…

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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 financial foundation after a setback. When you’re newly separated and life’s upside down, it’s hard to imagine how you’ll ever manage to start again. Worse still is the reality of having your home of the past decade…

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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 when investing. It was a great opportunity to share the benefit of my 30 years experience in the residential property investment market – as you can imagine, I’ve learnt a thing or two during this time! Here…

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Managing the leap reflex

I thought you’d like this piece by well-known businessman Seth Godin, who writes about how to look at ‘the leap’ that we all inevitably need to take. Republished from his blog on 10 January 2019 which you can read the original item here. On my way to work, I need to make a left turn on…

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How to make the most out of your money

Make the most of your money

How to make the most out of your money. If you take a close look at the relationship many people have with money, it flows in and out of their accounts and nowhere in-between. They make money and then buy things – end of story. And often those ‘things’ aren’t essentials but rather something that…

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How to overcome the top 3 financial fears after divorce

The paperwork is signed, finances divided and you’re about to start again – welcome to life post-divorce. It’s incredibly stressful, especially when there are children involved. There are often many decisions to be made of huge significance and the pressure can be immense. People can experience overwhelming financial fears, but with the right steps, they…

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How much do I need to retire on?

Time is money

How much do I need to retire on? Without a crystal ball at hand, it’s hard to know exactly how much you’ll need. What might be an essential for you, may be something I’ve never even considered – and vice versa. But the biggest problem facing all of us is how to ensure our money…

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