Negative Gearing Specialists‚Äč

Negative gearing is when your income does not cover your expenses.

But in a  lot of cases if you buy a new property for example, you get major tax benefits being the negative gearing amount that you are already able to claim being the balance of your expenses over your income plus building depreciation, which can stay there for 40 years and substantial fixture and fitting depreciation for the first 10 years.

So, after receiving those tax benefits, usually that tax benefit that you receive will be larger than the actual negative gearing component.

So, whilst you will receive a tax benefit, at the end of the day it will be a cash flow positive property once you combine the rent and your tax savings.

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