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Negative gearing has become a focal point of political point scoring in the past several weeks. To hear the so-called experts talk you could be forgiven for thinking that those who involve themselves in negative gearing are ghouls and ravagers of the worst kind. According to those who want it banned, the practice of negative gearing is the single reason why the economy might crash in the future. So what is so bad about negative gearing? The short answer is nothing. Negative gearing is simply borrowing to acquire income producing assets. It's just that the amount that has been borrowed generates higher deductible ...
A diagram of some Usenet servers and clients. The blue, green, and red dots on the servers represent which groups they carry. Arrows between servers indicate that the servers are sharing the articles from the groups. Arrows between computers and servers indicate that the user is subscribed to a certain group, and uploads and downloads articles to and from that server. Usenet is a worldwide distributed Internet discussion system. It developed from the general purpose UUCP architecture of the same name. Duke University graduate students Tom Truscott and Jim Ellis conceived the idea in 1979 and it was established in 1980. 1 Users ...
Moving the Tourism Industry forward |
The tourism industry is currently in the slow season so stakeholders gathered today to take stock of the industry with a view to shore up the number of visitors to the Jewel.  That was the focus of discussions by members of the Belize Hotel Association which held a general meeting at the Black Orchid Resort in Burrell Boom.  The discussions centered on strengthening the marketing strategy to promote the services of the entire country. Seleni Matus, the Director of the Belize Tourism Board, explained the importance of amending the current strategy. Seleni Matus, Director, BTB “One of the objectives of my talk today was to ... market research, surveys and trends
The Henry Tax Review – what they said.
The Henry Tax Review has been released today and with it some lengthy responses to the huge number of property items it considered.  Among these items - and of significant concern is the review’s apparent acceptance of the arguments pushed by the  competition/deregulated zoning property lobby that wants to see planning and zoning  set aside in favour of short-term single-issue price considerations. (see our recent coverage on this in the search button under “zoning”). Note this comment from the review: “Higher house prices are likely to result from restrictions on the supply of housing that result from zoning, ... market research, surveys and trends


Poll: Crist leading Senate race | | FLORIDA TODAY
Gov. Charlie Crist still leads a three-way race for the U.S. Senate and the race for governor is a toss-up, a new poll indicated Friday. The Quinnipiac University Polling Institute released a survey taken July 22-27, showing the independent Crist with a lead of 37 percent to 32 percent for Republican Marco Rubio and 17 percent for Palm Beach billionaire Jeff Greene. If U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek, D-Miami Gardens, pulls out a Democratic primary victory over Greene, the numbers shift to 39 percent for Crist, 33 percent for Rubio and 13 percent for Meek. That's not much change from a June Quinnipiac poll. But Peter Brown, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Ongoing rate rises could see 300000 forced to sell: Fujitsu ...
 Approximately 300,000 Australian households face losing their homes within six months if mortgage rates continue to rise, according to Fujitsu Consulting’s latest Australian Mortgage Industry Stress-O-Meter. Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand’s Managing Consulting Director, Martin North, said the Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) decision to raise the cash rate by 0.25 basis points to 7 percent had lifted mortgage stress to record levels. “Overall, we expect almost 750,000 Australian households to experience some form of mortgage stress by June this year if interest rates continue to rise,” Mr North said. Key results of the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


Negative Gearing Redux
Negative. Gearing', Reserve Bank of Australia (2003), 'Submission to Productivity Commission ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Developing and Flight Testing the HL-10 Lifting Body: A Precursor ...
Feb 18, 2010 ... Flight in. deg lb/in. deg/rn. All 5.1 i10.0 13.72 3.41. Gearing,. ' + is stick aft which results in a more negative elevon deflection ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
UNH Cooperative Extension News: Natural Resources Archives
Interested in starting or expanding a business using natural resources such as the farmland or forests on your property? If so, you'll learn all the essentials you need to be successful by attending UNH Cooperative Extension's 13-week Agriculture and Natural Resource Business Institute (ANRBI). Running from September 8 through December 8, ANRBI will take place at Alvirne High School in Hudson. Extension staff team up with industry experts to help ANRBI participants develop an operating plan for a farming or forestry-based business. Topics include: Biological systems, soils, and natural resource inventories. Product and ...
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logic of landlording: how to make money? | Ask MetaFilter
How can I possibly buy a house with the goal of renting it at a profit? I'm in LA and even duplexes are priced so high that the mortgage costs can not possibly be covered by rents... I owned a three unit apartment in Orlando, Florida, about 15 years ago and made money from day one. (I wish I hadn't sold it when I moved away!). There are rental buildings for sale here, so I assume someone must be buying them. How are they making money? And what is the logic if they're not? Thanks! Put down a big enough down payment that the mortgage payments and operating expenses are less than the rent you'd be taking in. ...
Lawyers Using Your Own Web Site Against You
Search engines automatically cache your pages and something called the Internet Archive, or Wayback Machine, also comes along and makes a permanent copy of your site for "posterity". The problem starts when you realize you may have content on your web site that could result in legal issues. You may act quickly to resolve those issues yet the problems still remain without your knowledge because you didn't act as quickly as all the robots crawling your site. Unfortunately, legal beagles love that your site was saved for "posterity" when gearing up to file a lawsuit so although you've already done the right thing by ...