We all wish we didn’t have to pay it but tax is something that follows us at every corner of building a property portfolio

And while we can’t avoid it, there are absolutely ways that you can minimise it!

That’s why in today’s episode we’re breaking down everything you need to know about land tax.

We’ll go state by state and find out whether there are any major changes to thresholds that you need to keep an eye on.

Could trust structures assist in minimising the amount of land tax you pay?

Are you shooting yourself in the foot by purchasing a property 50/50?

And to break all this down plus so much more, we’ve brought Jeremy Iannuzzelli back to the studio, an accountant at KHI Partners who walks the walk, having built a portfolio of his own worth upwards of $20,000,000…

So when Jeremy talks about tax, that’s when I pull up a chair and start listening closely and you should too!

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