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Negative Gearing and Tax Implications

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Negative Gearing by definition is where you borrow to acquire an investment and the interest and other tax deductible costs you incur exceed the income you receive from the investment. While Negative Gearing is commonly associated with rental properties, it can also be applied to other types of income-producing investments such as shares and managed funds using what is often called 'margin loans'. In terms of property investment, negative gearing refers to a situation where your expenses to maintain the property (including mortgage interest) exceed the rental income. Creating wealth through purchasing an investment ...
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NEGATIVE GEARING AND TAX IMPLICATIONS

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Gearing and Negative Gearing By Tom Valentine1 Macquarie Graduate ...
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(2008) Successful tax study : a student's guide to tax research, study and exam techniques 2008-09, Thomson, Pyrmont, N. S. W. [ A3 ] DRO entry for this publication Obst, Wes and Hanegbi, Rami (2006) Successful tax study : a student's guide to tax research, study and exam techniques 2006-07, Thomson ATP, Sydney, N.S.W. [ A3 ] DRO entry for this publication Hanegbi, Rami (2006) Isolated transactions: current income tax implications, Australian tax review , vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 248-261, Lawbook Co, Sydney, N.S.W. [ C1 ] DRO entry for this publication Hanegbi, Rami and Bagaric, Mirko (2004) Super Blooper? Time to halt the ...
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