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In this special episode of the Smart Property Investment Show recorded live on site at the Institute of Public Accountants, host Phil Tarrant is joined by the IPA’s Tony Greco, general manager of technical policy, to discuss the “what if’s” of the upcoming election and aftermath of the royal commission.
Tony discusses the potential shift away from negative gearing, changes to capital gains tax, and how investors can be best prepared for any changes which should arise.
He reveals how the budget will be influenced by the upcoming federal election, how changes to the “rent-a-room” industry may alter your tax obligations, and what the ramifications could be of trying to avoid your obligations.
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