Whether you’re an investor or owner-occupier, make sure you’re making the most of tax deductions
Tax season can be a harrowing time of year. Gathering receipts, adding up expenses and making time to sit down with your accountant can be time-consuming and stressful.
No matter your financial situation, though, most people have the same goal at tax time: minimise the amount they owe while maximising their refund. If you own a property, there are specific deductions you can use to achieve this. To do this, though, you need to be armed with the right information. Check out our guide to tax for property investors.
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