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    Poll: Hi Bluecoat, 1) This is a ring fencing thread,...

    Hi Bluecoat,

    1) This is a ring fencing thread, so hence the post about ring fencing! ie there has been little or no discussion on the two options if making a loss, which the blogg covers.

    2) ...
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    Poll: Portfolio or Property by property? This blogg...

    Portfolio or Property by property?

    This blogg might help

    https://www.cswaikato.co.nz/index.php/latest-news-accounting-hamilton/accountants-hamilton-auckland/243
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    A company has this major issue! ...

    A company has this major issue! https://www.cswaikato.co.nz/index.php/latest-news-accounting-hamilton/accountants-hamilton-auckland/153

    Ross
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    Be careful buying based on Rent by Room. ...

    Be careful buying based on Rent by Room. Especially of developers over inflating values because of the higher possible rent.

    What happens to your return if this isn't sustainable and you have to...
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    Hi Andrew, There can be smart ways to...

    Hi Andrew,

    There can be smart ways to structure your property, to keep it away from the Aussi tax net. Key things to do

    - Get some advice from an Aussi accountant on how the capital gains tax...
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    Hi, 1) Ring fencing is in from 1/4/19 2) ...

    Hi,

    1) Ring fencing is in from 1/4/19

    2) LTC - is not a great entity for a personal home

    3) You are messy from a structure perspective as you are moving from 1 to the other.
    Generally...
  7. This is not correct. NZ IRD and government want...

    This is not correct. NZ IRD and government want the NZ tax!

    Ross
  8. Hi Elliot, 1) The rent is NZ income. So the...

    Hi Elliot,

    1) The rent is NZ income. So the entity who owns your NZ home would need to return the income and claim any expenses in NZ tax returns. Then pay tax on the profit in NZ.

    2) Not my...
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    ICA's are mainly lost through a change of...

    ICA's are mainly lost through a change of shareholding. Obviously if accountants get caught out on this a lot, then non accountants also get caught out a lot.

    If you plan to allocate to...
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    Hi Beano, Also consider lost imputations is...

    Hi Beano,

    Also consider lost imputations is the number 1 way accountants get sued. If lost, then effectively pay tax twice. This shows that there is a considerable risk of losing ICA's!
    ...
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    Which was what I answered on. I put LTC vs...

    Which was what I answered on.

    I put LTC vs Trust. But for your post this meant LTC owned by Trust vs Trust (sorry if that wasn't clear)

    Ross
  12. You have asked this in the Facebook group and...

    You have asked this in the Facebook group and answers on there.

    For others, just make sure Home office claims are realistic.

    If live in NZ, and have rental in Aussi. Yes can claim fair Home...
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    Normal Company? Be very careful as very...

    Normal Company? Be very careful as very difficult to get out Capital Gains. A Normal company is taxed at 28% vs Trust 33%, but the 28% is only an interim tax and long term often ends up at same...
  14. Best to get some expert advice from a specialist...

    Best to get some expert advice from a specialist for your circumstances, and your future plans. I don't like the commercial property and GST, in with your family trust.

    Ross
  15. Hi ak22, This might help - very basic video...

    Hi ak22,

    This might help - very basic video showing how you can use two banks

    https://www.facebook.com/thepropertyaccountant/videos/1338332332986058/

    Ross
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    Hi, Generally property is long term, so there...

    Hi,

    Generally property is long term, so there isn't a rush to buy.

    If you have purchased 3 recently, then often I would suggest you pause a little bit to make sure everything is working well...
  17. Thread: Builder's pay

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    I'm not saying being cheap, and I agree with...

    I'm not saying being cheap, and I agree with paying well. Just for hourly rates, you pay for work done, not for someones breaks.

    How would you feel if you paid your lawyer $500 per hour for their...
  18. Hi PT88, I would suggest you get some full...

    Hi PT88,

    I would suggest you get some full advice.

    Generally you would try to separate the commercial property from your residential rentals, and from yourself.

    You have lots of issues with...
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    Accepted Practice by who? If you are employing...

    Accepted Practice by who?

    If you are employing someone, then yes you have to pay sick, holidays, morning tea, afternoon etc etc.

    But if you are engaging a business, then generally you either...
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    Hi Trinz22, 1) Get legal advice 2) opex are...

    Hi Trinz22,

    1) Get legal advice
    2) opex are often are often understated. Make sure you fully understand what you will and won't be liable for.
    3) What do you have to lose from a guarantee? ...
  21. Thread: bright line test

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    Brightline test taxes the gain in value. So sale...

    Brightline test taxes the gain in value. So sale price, less cost , less costs to sell that aren't deductible under normal rules(Commission for example) = Gain in value

    Normal expenses can...
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    If you buy a new property today. I presume you...

    If you buy a new property today. I presume you have to insulate the property before renting?

    Does anyone know if this a fact? I presume there is no extension, just because you just purchased?...
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    In some ways I hope that isn't the case. How...

    In some ways I hope that isn't the case. How many years notice have we had?

    Or even without the new laws, shouldn't we as landlords be insulating anyway?

    Ross
  24. This might be useful too ...

    This might be useful too

    https://www.cswaikato.co.nz/index.php/latest-news-accounting-hamilton/accountants-hamilton-auckland/153

    Ross
  25. Thread: Family Trust 101

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    I prefer 2. You sell the house to the Trust for...

    I prefer 2. You sell the house to the Trust for $400k (market value), the Trust takes out the $200k loan. The Trust then owes you $200k. You would then look at gifting this, either all at once or...
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