Investment decisions shouldn’t hinge on election campaign

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Source: Your Investment Property

Investors have been warned not to confuse political posturing with fact in the lead up to the Federal Election on 2 June.

With the possibility that housing taxation arrangements such as negative gearing and the capital gains tax discount could be altered after polling day, there is likely to be heavy campaigning from all side on those issues, but like all property decisions investors should make sure they aren’t misled.

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