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"Guaranteed to excite even the most experienced property investor"

ISBN: 9780987082978
Category: Personal finance
Format: Paperback / softback
Publication Date: 2012-10-01
Publisher: Noel Whittaker Holdings
Country of origin: Australia
Pages: 240

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Residential property is Australia’s favourite investment, yet many landlords fail to achieve their dreams of wealth because they get it wrong from the start.  Winning Property Tax Strategies provides a unique insight into the many different facets of property investing.  Primarily it addresses taxation issues, but the emphasis is that one size does not fit all.

A property that is suitable for one type of investor may not suit another, and there are many different structures that can be put in place.  The tax considerations for younger investors are almost the opposite of those from middle-aged investors, and retirees need a different strategy again.

This is the second property taxation book written by Julia Hartman and Noel Whittaker.  The first was a best seller and helped thousands of people – this new book takes a different approach and contains many new concepts.

The book is a great reference tool for accountants as it provides details of rulings and legislation.  Don’t let this put the layperson off.  Noel Whittaker has made sure it is reader friendly and Paul Lennon has created some wonderful cartoons to lighten the mood, but also explain the points in a way that only pictures can.

Winning Property Tax Strategies is guaranteed to excite even the most experienced property investor.

Don’t just read it once, keep it nearby – if you are a serious property investor you will find yourself referring to it continually.

One of our major goals is to help you identify bad advice when you hear it and also to spot an opportunity or trap.  Plus, of course to save tax!