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With the upcoming Aussie election, there have been some controversial and significant changes to super in the budget but no mention to changes in negative gearing. This however may be very different if one of the major parties gets elected.

In our latest opinion piece on Smart Property Investment, we briefly explore the history of negative gearing and unpeel the layers that need to be considered in any sensible debate on negative gearing.

  • Shorten’s controversial policy reform
  • How the current legislation came about
  • Have the reforms achieved the original objectives?
  • Should negative gearing be abolished?
  • What else needs to be considered?
  • Who will win – who will lose?

Read more: A short history of negative gearing (Smart Property Investment website)

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Nick Holden

Nick Holden is the Founder of Simple Property Investment and an insured, qualified Property Investment Advisor under the ASPIRE Network industry body. He is a Licensed Real Estate Agent, holds a Diploma of Financial Services (Financial Planning) and Cert IV Financial Services (Finance and Mortgage Broking). As there is no 'one size fits all' with property investment, he is on a mission to help ordinary Australians create wealth for their futures with personalised strategies and advice.

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