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The $20,000 asset write-off scheme for small businesses is set to end on June 30, so you have just three months to nab a tax bargain on a new or used vehicle.
Buying a new car is almost cheaper than ever, thanks to the relatively strong economy, low interest rates and stiff competition among car manufacturers.
Figures from the Australian Automobile Association (AAA) show that Australian households are spending an average of $17,147 each year on transport costs, and we’re spending more and more each year. What can we do to put the brakes on our spending?
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The number of Australians failing to keep up with their car loans will continue to rise, with those living in mining centres most likely to fall behind on their payments.
On January 1, 2017, all those shiny, new 2016 cars will suddenly become last year’s models, so get in quick and grab yourself a new car bargain.
Investors can take advantage of the rise of electric vehicles as there are plenty of winners but there will also be losers among other industries.