Fundamentals to estate planning

Planning your estate is an important matter. Estate planning involves arranging your assets and circumstances in such a way as to ensure that your beneficiaries after your death receive from your assets, the maximum use and enjoyment at a minimum cost in taxes and heartache. In other words, estate planning should be an efficient and…

Six capital gains and depreciation facts for property investors   |   Brad Beer

One question investors often ask about claiming depreciation on a rental property is ‘how will these claims affect Capital Gains Tax (CGT) when the property is sold?’ CGT can be a complex topic for investors to understand, particularly as the answer to the above question can really depend on the scenario of the individual property…

A taxing age for property investors

When looking to invest, tax is an important consideration. Imagine how much more cash flow you would have without having to pay tax. As a simple illustration, if you could invest $1 per month at 6% return per annum for 20 years, you would have approx $4,600 if no tax was payable, compared to $3,500 if…

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