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TAX time ends one week from today and people yet to lodge their return are being urged to act now to avoid hefty penalties and interest charges.
Most investors would tell you that building wealth is a thrill-ride, but planning for its survival doesn't quite elicit the same excitement.
Yesterday the Assistant Treasurer, Kelly O’Dwyer, released a statement on “progressing professional standards reforms”. Well, it’s progress of a sort – if progress can be defined as delaying something by several years.
There are plenty of reasons why Australians love to borrow money to invest in bricks and mortar. Some people think the value of property never goes down; others like the fact you can see and touch it. But, mostly, it is the ability to offset the cost of owning the property – including the interest paid on a loan – against assessable income that makes it particularly attractive.
SAVVY Australians looking to maximum their tax breaks this financial year have only today left to do so.
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