Property Investor Webinar - How To Save Thousands In Tax While Protecting Your Assets Using Structures!


Whether you are a novice or a seasoned property investor, it is important to understand that the way you acquire an investment property may have a substantial impact on what you can actually do with it.

Investing in property and managing your tax position requires careful planning to avoid some of the consequences that come with not correctly setting up your property investment strategy from day 1.

Holding your investment properties in the right tax structure means:

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  • Saving thousands of dollars in tax
  • Protecting your most valuable financial assets
  • Maximising your wealth building opportunities
  • Growing wealth for you retirement

There is no “right” structure for all investors because each investor’s circumstances is different.  Whether you buy an investment property in your own name, joint names, partnerships, companies, trusts, smsf’s, etc; it is important to understand that each type of investment structure comes with it’s own advantages and disadvantages. 

Taking the time to get it right at the beginning, will allow you to reap long term benefits and gains. Get it wrong at the beginning, and it could lead to disaster.

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Simply fill out the form to watch our webinar that helps property investors understand how you can use tax structures to save money while protecting your assets.

Presenter: Paul Baggetta

Paul has conducted numerous seminars and keynote presentations to various groups and on behalf of organisations.

By way of introduction, Paul has been a Taxation Accountant for over 40 years, a Financial Planner for over 22 years and in 1993 qualified as a Real Estate Licensee, holding a Triennial Certificate (currently not trading), and operated his own Real Estate business for property investment clients for over 5 years as a second business.

Paul understand the tax implications of his financial planning advice and the financial planning opportunities that sit behind his tax advice.  

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