Articles by Stuart Wemyss

Stuart Wemyss

Stuart was a Chartered Accountant before establishing mortgage broking firm ProSolution Private Clients. He has authored two books and shares his experience with readers of Property Update. Visit www.prosolution.com.au


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The ALP’s proposed ban on negative gearing has been well publicised and debated. However, its proposed changes to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) have received far less attention. I suspect that this is because investors tend to overestimate short-term consequences and underestimate more significant long-term outcomes. But, since most of us are long-term investors, I’d suggest…

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There’s a story that Henry Ford was having problems with a generator in one of his plants so he hired General Electric (GE) to fix the problem. The engineer from GE climbed up on the generator and made a chalk mark and told Ford’s people to replace sixteen windings from the field coil. The job…

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The goal for most investors is to accumulate enough wealth so your investment assets generate sufficient passive income to meet living expenses.  If this happens, it is no longer necessary for you to work for an income and you then have complete discretion over what you do with your time. Wouldn’t that be wonderful! However,…

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How you structure your loans can have a big impact on the tax you pay, your risk, your ability to build wealth, your cash flow and your general financial strength. Efficient loan structuring is a commonly overlooked and rarely understood topic but that’s not to say it’s overly complex. Like anything, you don’t know what…