Preparing for end of financial year

May 17, 2019 11:18:47 AM

It’s almost that time of year again: Tax time! And if you’re lodging a tax return for the first time, you’ve likely got many questions on your mind. To help you prepare for end of financial year, we’re sharing our tips around what you need to do, what you can claim, and some of the mistakes to avoid.


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Topics: Financial Year End, tax time, Income Tax, EOFY, Investment Finance, Australia Mortgage Broker, Property and Investments

4 Tax Tips for EOFY

Jun 25, 2018 7:11:05 AM

Financial year end is a busy and often stressful time for property investors, particularly if you own multiple properties. It’s also the ideal time to take stock, assess your financial situation, and plan ahead for the next financial year. With the end of the financial year looming, we think it’s also a good time to remind you of these 4 simple tax tips.


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Topics: Property Investment, Mortgage Broker, Investors, Financial Year End, tax time, Australia Mortgage, EOFY

Small business tax deductions

Jul 18, 2017 11:11:38 AM

As a small business owner (i.e. a business with an annual turnover of less than $2 million), trying to remain competitive and keep a healthy bottom line can be challenging. That’s why it’s important you’re claiming deductions for all the costs and expenses you can at tax time. Simply put, the Australian Federal Government gives the small business sector a break on a vast range of tax matters. To help you avoid over-claiming and ensure you’re claiming all you should be, we’ve outlined some of small business tax deductions.


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Topics: Financial Year End, Tax Deductions, Australia tax, tax time, Small Business

Rental property tax deductions: a guide for Australian landlords

May 22, 2017 10:09:33 AM

It’s almost the end of another tax year. If you’ve recently bought an investment property or you’ve caught the Airbnb bug and you’re renting out part or all of your home as a holiday rental, it’s important you know exactly what you can and cannot claim for on your tax return. Here are some of the things you need to be aware of as a landlord at tax time.


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Topics: Mortgage, Tax year, Financial Year End, Tax Deductions, Australia Budget