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What's the difference between being negatively geared and having positive cash flow? And how will it affect your bottom line? by Julia Hartman Negative gearing is running a property at a loss so that the overall effect of the property on your tax return is a deduction. The tax saving that results can help support the property. If the tax saving is good enough it may even result in the property having a positive cash flow. For example: Notice how the property is only cash flow positive if the owner is in the 46.5 per cent tax bracket which, from July 1 2009, means he or she would have to earn more than $180,000 a year. The ...
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Is the RSPT the breaking point for Australian tax reform?
It was just your typical May Day weekend in Australia, that is, until on Sunday 2, the Australian Government made a shocking and potentially devastating announcement. Commencing July 2012, it plans to impose a 40 per cent tax, now known as the Super Tax [resource super profits tax (RSPT)], on Australian miner’s profits. It is part of the government’s mass overhaul of Australia’s taxation system, and a huge part at that. It is expected to raise A$12 billion in the first two years alone. Upon this news, BHP Billiton, Xstrata, Anglo American, Rio Tinto and Vedanta Resources all fell between 7.9 and five per cent on the FTSE. It ... market research, surveys and trends
Order in the house
REAL estate experts tell it like it is, offering their views on the property market in an attempt to gauge its true value. SOMEONE, somewhere right now, is sticking a voodoo pin into a Barefoot doll. Of all the criticism I’ve received, it’s real estate agents and property investors who really like to dig it in. Some of them have been known to email me three times in a day telling me how wrong I’ve got it. I get it. So with that in mind, I asked questions of three blokes who talk straight on property. Introducing the Real Estate Agent (Paul O’Malley), the Renegade (Neil Jenman), and the Ratings Guy (Louis Christopher). 1. The ... market research, surveys and trends


Housing Affordability | Negative Gearing
Hooray Henry! The tax review headed by Treasury secretary Ken Henry has "told it like it is" in several key areas of tax reform, such as housing, superannuation and fringe benefits. It acknowledges that huge perks in these areas, especially for wealthy people, cause economic, social and environmental damage. It also suggests important changes to reduce this damage. Sometimes, its views are mumbled in a few sentences rather than declaimed with as much enthusiasm as other reforms it knows to be more popular, at least with the business sector. But that is still a great improvement on the past two decades of denial, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
POLL: Stores gearing up for Black Friday, start of holiday ...
That’s why the family of six appreciates stores like Bass Pro Shops, which go the extra mile to reel in customers on Black Friday and the rest of the holiday season. For the second year in a row, the Gulf Coast Town Center Bass Pro store has set up an old-fashioned Santa’s Wonderland, which harks back to the days when Christmas wasn’t so commercialized and the mailman still delivered letters to the North Pole. “It spreads out the chaos,” said Emily Gibson of Cape Coral, who brought her four children, all younger than 11, to receive a free picture with Santa and to do some early shopping. “We heard you could do crafts and fun ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Ridiculous America
I worked five shifts at the bar between Saturday and Saturday this week, and saw some things that really got me thinking about the nature of this nation. I knew this already, but my week on the sidewalk really brought it home: this is a truly ridiculous country, in every positive and negative sense of the word. The week began with a swarm of union delegates arriving at the hotels down the street. The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) was holding its 39th International Convention at the hall down the way. For those not in the know, AFSCME is part of the AFL-CIO, and is one of the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Annaly Capital Management Announces Monthly Commentary for July
Annaly Capital Management, Inc. (NYSE: NLY) released its monthly commentary for July which includes our maiden installment on the Treasury/Rates market. Through its monthly commentary and blog, Annaly Salvos , Annaly expresses its thoughts and opinions on issues and events in the financial markets. Please visit our website, , to check out all of the new features and to view the complete commentary with charts and graphs. The Economy The S&P 500 finished June down 5.4%, while Treasuries enjoyed a significant rally. The yield on the 10-year shed more than 30 basis ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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Weathering an Uncertain Economy - an Uncertain
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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. ...
Any tips on how to play monopoly? - Yahoo! Answers
1) At every chance buy utilities. They provide a modest, (if you only have a couple,) yet constant income and there good for a quick cash mortage, especially if you want to set up houses and motels as early as possible. 2) Own the properties on each of the 4 corners. 3) Find the balance between buy everything and leave some disposable cash. 4) Never do favours and expect them to be returned. Be ruthless ! 5) Own either Park Lane or Mayfair. Even if you don't develop them - others want them and their re-sale price can allow some instant development of other property. 6) Opting to stay in jail is negative gearing 7) On ...