Episode 88: Invest In Your Tax Affairs. Easiest Ways To Get Significant Tax Deductions.

This week we release the sixth “Social Distance” episode where Steph, Joel, Louis and Brett remotely dial in to this podcast. It is almost the end of financial year! At the end of this podcast you will be able to hear how the professionals use tax strategies to get the most out of their tax deductions.

This Week’s Investor Exchange Round Table Covered:

  • Macroeconomic Signals: Professional fund managers always seem to be ahead of the curve when it comes to the stock market and are able to gauge what the right time is to buy or sell. Joel divulges the art of spotting positive and negative macroeconomic trends, what we are currently seeing and what it means for investors.
  • Residential and Rental Properties: A recent model developed by The Commonwealth Bank of Australia claims a 32% drop in the property market. We are also seeing the lowest transaction amount on record since the 1990s. Brett takes us through what this model means for the property market and how factors such as immigration will affect the outlook of property developments.
  • Tax Strategies: Louis brings with him the biggest and easiest way to get a significant tax deduction. Furthermore he gives us professional tips on how factors such as timing, deferrals and new legislation play into your ability to best strategies your tax deductions based on the financial transactions you’ve recently made as well as the financial position that you are in.

Listener Questions:

Write in to get your investment and wealth management questions answered by Joel, Brett, and Louis.

Ask a Question: https://theinvestorexchange.com.au/ask/

Join the Conversation: fb.me/theinvestorexchange

The post Episode 88: Invest In Your Tax Affairs. Easiest Ways To Get Significant Tax Deductions. appeared first on The Investor Exchange.

Listen Now

Recent stories

Age Pension and government benefits

When you retire, you may be eligible for government benefits such as the Age Pension or a concession card. The…

Read more

Super, death, and avoiding taxes

By Tony Kaye, Senior Personal Finance Writer, Vanguard Australia Having enough superannuation to enjoy a financially comfortable lifestyle in retirement…

Read more

Starting strong: Your 2021 Tech To Do list

In a year where simply keeping the doors open was a challenge for many businesses, finding the funds for tech…

Read more


An annuity, also known as a lifetime or fixed-term pension, gives you a guaranteed income for a number of years.…

Read more

Budgeting 102: Sticking to your budget

Budgeting for a holiday or saving for a deposit? Even the best budget can unravel if the right tools are…

Read more