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As the end of the financial year fast approaches, many investors become focused on tax effective borrowing. This is where an Interest in Advance Loan becomes extremely popular.

 

Interest in Advance Loans are comparable to most Fixed Rate and Interest only investment loans. The main and most important point of difference is that borrowers can pay the next year’s interest on the loan in advance, and in some circumstances claim it as a tax deduction for that current year.
 
 
 
Posted in financial |
Posted by Samantha & Nicole
03 Apr 2008

Gone are the days where an interview for a home loan is a one sided affair where the lenders asks all the questions. You now have the right to ask a few questions of your own.  

Here are a few things you should get answers to before deciding which home loan is right for you:
 
 
 
Posted in financial |
Posted by Samantha & Nicole I Samcol Finance
16 Feb 2008

Imagine this - it is early 2005 and you are 58 years old.  

You have decided to reduce your working hours to 3 days a week. The only difficulty you have is that you need 5 days income in order to maintain your lifestyle. But that is OK.... as you

have a reasonable amount put aside in superannuation. Why not start to draw a small pension from your super account to cover the shortfall in income?

 
 
 
Posted in financial |
Posted by Richard Hill I Tauras Financial
16 Feb 2008
Using tax to maximise property profits.
You may be considering buying property or have already sealed the deal. If you want to maximise your return from the property you need to make sure that you take advantage of all possible tax benefits while you have ownership of the property.
 
 
 
Posted in financial |
Posted by Patricia Bakker
26 Nov 2007
What are the Pros and Cons of an Investment Property?
When looking to purchase an investment property, the most important things to consider is its potential for capital growth and the maximum rental incomes you can receive.
 
 
 
Posted in financial |
Posted by Samantha & Nicole
26 Nov 2007
With the recent announcement of the 2007 Federal Budget, I felt it would be relevant to focus this article on some of the changes which may affect you and your family. The details below are extracted from the Russell Budget Alert and is only a summary of some of the changes.
 
 
 
Posted in financial |
Posted by Richard Hill
01 Jun 2007
With the occurrence of self employment or small business entrepreneurship on the increase, it is worthwhile becoming familiar with Australian tax laws to ensure that you do not pay more tax than you should. How a business is structured depends on individual circumstances and it is important to get it right at the start. An individual operating a business alone will often operate as a sole trader. The concept is easy and there are minimal costs. But what other options do taxpayers have?
 
 
 
Posted in financial |
Posted by Patricia Bakker
01 Jun 2007
A Low Doc (low documentation) is designed to assist self-employed people who are unable to provide financial statements or tax returns at the time of the application. You will however have to complete an asset and liability statement and the lenders standard application form. Generally lenders will lend up to 80% of the value of the property.
 
 
 
Posted in financial |
Posted by Samantha and Nicole
01 Jun 2007
Australia is a popular destination for migrants seeking to take advantage of some of the diverse characteristics this “lucky” country has to offer. Australia has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, many world heritage listed properties, and a gorgeous landscape filled with flora and fauna that has long had appeal with many visitors to this country. Australia is also found to be attractive in that, while it is the 6th largest country in the world, it also has the lowest population density and provides an enviable lifestyle with great opportunities for business and employment.
 
 
 
Posted in financial | TAXpresso
Posted by Patricia Bakker
01 Apr 2007
In May last year, the Federal Government announced a range of measures designed to simplify the superannuation system.
 
 
 
Posted in financial | Taurus Financial
Posted by Richard Hill
01 Apr 2007
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