Strange but legitimate Tax Deductions

Posted by Tanya Moran on 03-Aug-2018 08:23:52

 

We know most accountants have a reputation for questioning and sometimes challenging your deductions. But here are a few that you didn’t think you could claim, but are actually legitimate! Just make sure you keep your receipts.

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Topics: claiming tax, Tax deductions, Azure Group News, ATO, lodgment

Can Negative Gearing be used as a Profitable Strategy for Property Investors?

Posted by Tanya Moran on 24-Jul-2018 09:54:57

 

Negative gearing…..a topic that polarises most financial advisers and confuses most investors. So is negative gearing a good strategy? Can it be used to as a profitable strategy for Property Investors? In this article we look at exactly what negative gearing is and the difference between negative and positive gearing.

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Topics: Negative Gearing, Net rental income, capital raise, Capital growth, Tax deductions, Positively geared property, Investment, Sydney Accountants, Business accountants

Has the governments Angel Investor Tax Incentive Scheme lived up to expectations?

Posted by Michael Derin on 27-Apr-2018 12:29:53

Introduced almost two years ago, the angel investor tax incentive scheme hasn’t quite lived up to expectations. The $100 million dollar scheme was part of the governments $1 billion National Innovation and Science Agenda that they released at the end of 2015.

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Topics: ESIC, GST, Startup Australia, Startups, ATO, Startup investors, capital raise, Tax deductions, Angel Investor Scheme