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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 ... Read More
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