Reduce your tax by $167 PER WEEK with an investment property

April 2015
Money (Australia Edition);Apr2015, Issue 177, p28
The article discusses ways of reducing taxes through rental property ownership in Australia. Topics discussed include the advantages of owning an investment property, the average tax that a property investment owner can save per week and the areas in Australia where real estate investments can bring the most returns and savings.


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