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Irene Watt

How to Prepare Early for the End of Financial Year

As the end of the financial year (EOFY) approaches, it’s crucial to embark on early preparations to ensure a seamless and stress-free process. Many individuals in Australia tend to leave their tax return until the last minute, resulting in a rush and unnecessary stress. In this article, we will delve into the top ways you can prepare early for the end of the financial year.

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Irene Watt

Secrets from a Qld Tax Specialist: The top 5 tax tips for Property Investors

Tax time can be a challenge. The ATO’s aim is to collect as much tax as possible. The aim of most Australian taxpayers is to pay only as much as they have to. Navigating the rules is especially difficult for individuals and sole traders that don’t have teams of tax specialists on hand to wade through the requirements. For property investors, the complexities can be quite a burden. 41.9% of total revenue collected in 2020 ($231.2b) was collected from individual taxpayers, excluding property taxes. This is 2.4 times more than businesses paid.

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Irene Watt

Top 3 tax time tips for Property Investors

Australian fintech TaxTank allows property investors to monitor their overall equity, cash position and tax position in real time to make smart investment decisions and maximise their tax deductions. Get their top tax time tips here.

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Irene Watt

The affordable cloud-based tax software every property investor should have

Australian fintech TaxTank allows property investors to monitor their overall equity, cash position and tax position in real time to make smart investment decisions and maximise their tax deductions.

With the real estate environment in Australia changing rapidly with inflation and rising interest rates, property investors will likely have some important decisions to make in the coming months, and cloud-based tax management software TaxTank is here to help.

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Irene Watt

Prospect of market crash polarising among Aussie property investors

With so much speculation in the air regarding the Australian property market, investors are certainly starting to think about where their portfolios stand and where to next. Research from Australian fintech startup TaxTank shows that investors are of two minds – while 54% list property market crash among their top three concerns, only 22% list it as their primary concern.

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Irene Watt

Over half of Aussie property investors are concerned about rising interest rates

New research reveals that a huge 63% of property investors are feeling concerned about rising interest rates, and with more interest rate rises projected over the next few months, the pressures aren’t going to ease any time soon. The research, commissioned by Australian fintech startup, TaxTank, also showed that 40% of property investors are concerned about the cost of living and more than one in ten fear they may have to sell.

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