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Selling Online – Beware of Your Tax Obligations

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Given our turbulent times many people are both looking at stretching their dollars further by buying second hand and having a clean out of their stuff.  I would imagine online platforms like Trade Me and Facebook Market Place have had high transactions of late. Just about every Kiwi has bought or sold something on Trade

When is a good time to buy a property investment?

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When it makes sense for you personally.  It can be so confusing to decide which is the best time to buy an investment property as there are many mixed messages everywhere.  I’m not convinced that relying on economic forecasting will ever do more than provide a very limited guide. The only way to really establish

Make your business financially robust in 2020

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Many small businesses owners typically go into business seeking more flexibility and control over their future, a better lifestyle and better earning potential. However, whilst you may have great skills in your area of expertise financial acumen may not be one of them. Here are some smart financial strategies to implement this year: 1. Have

How to Build an Education Fund for your Children

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Getting a good education is a key area of investment that potentially delivers outstanding returns, not all of which can be readily calculated in dollar terms.  It’s often our own level of education that largely dictates how much we earn, how we live, the quality and fulfillment we enjoy in our lives and the sort

Should you pay off your property investment mortgage?

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Should you pay off your property investment mortgage? This is a common question that property investors ask but it’s not a simple question to answer as it depends on your personal situation; however there are some guidelines that can help you make your decision. Guideline One If you have a mortgage on your personal home