While many Australians may be aware of the Henry Tax Review, particularly its most controversial mining tax, few realise that it proposes radical changes to almost every property tax, including capital gains tax, negative gearing, stamp duty and land tax.
By BEN POWER
As a property investor, tax is crucial in determining investment return and strategy.
One of the biggest risks facing investors is change to laws. It’s a risk that needs to be managed.
The implications of the Henry Tax Review for property investors are potentially immense and, at the very least, you should be aware of what it has proposed, what’s been accepted and rejected by the Federal Government and what’s still up in the air. Read more →