Bill Shorten has vowed to abolish negative gearing and scrap franking credits, but how would a Labor victory hit your hip pocket?
As we kick-start the new year, here are the property trends you should expect in 2019 – and what they mean for different types of markets.
Jake asks Paul Clitheroe why investors would want to negatively gear a rental versus having it positively geared to aid paying it off quicker.
Labor promised to overhaul negative gearing if elected, but the potential for more downward pressure on house prices will be of significant concern to homeowners.
Property investors could find themselves severely stretched if interest rates rise this year.
In the event we have an election sooner rather than later, here’s what the Labor party has said it will do in relation to your taxes and super.
When planning the October issue of Money, the team set out to answer the question, does negative gearing still work? As Bryce Holdaway explains, the answer is yes.
Federal Budget initiatives go some way towards helping first-home buyers, but the government is still overlooking the one thing that will make a real difference.