We can give you qualified advice about what you can invest in. We are property experts, and we know a good investment when we see it. We can also help you buy property through your SMSF.
Clear Tax is here to help you reach your investment property goals. As investment property advisors, we can help you develop a strong wealth creation strategy with investment property at its centre.
Our investment property accountants will work with you hand and hand to guide you towards the right decisions. We’ll give you qualified advice on how much you can borrow, how to pay it back, and how much you stand to start earning.
At Clear Tax, we work with individuals interested in property investment to achieve better portfolios. It doesn’t matter if you’re an established investor, or just starting out. We know what it takes to fill gaps in your portfolio while giving you a clearer understanding of what you can borrow and earn.
We apply a bespoke approach to property investment because no two people are different. First, we take a look at your individual goals and financial situation to decide what you can borrow. From there, we’ll give you qualified property investment advice.
We want to give you peace of mind that you are always making the right choice. Your financial growth and safety is always at the front of your mind. We won’t ever recommend an adversely risky strategy.
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We work with individuals to develop property investment strategies that drive real goals. By aligning your investment portfolio to you as an individual, you can stand to make better investment decisions and more money.
We always operate within legal, ethical, and regulatory requirements – there are no exceptions to this rule. Property investment accountancy is no different. We want to help you earn in a safe and secure way.
The Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is a tax that is applied to the profits earned from the sale of an investment property in Australia. It is calculated by taking the difference between the purchase price and the sale price of the property, and then applying the CGT rate, which is currently 50% for individuals.
Negative gearing is a strategy used by investors to reduce their taxable income by claiming deductions on the expenses associated with owning an investment property, such as mortgage interest, maintenance costs, and property management fees.
This can result in a loss, which can be used to offset other income and reduce the investor’s overall tax liability.
Investing in property in Australia can be a lucrative venture, but it is important to consider a number of factors before making a decision.
Some of the key considerations include:
There are several different ownership structures available for investment properties in Australia, each with its advantages and disadvantages.
Some of the most common structures include individual ownership, joint ownership, partnership, trust, and company ownership. For example, individual ownership is the simplest and most common structure, but it also exposes the investor to the greatest amount of personal liability.
If you’d like to know more about the different types of investment property ownership structures available to you, get in touch with Clear Tax.
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