Positive gearing is the opposite of negative gearing. It is jargon for borrowing to buy an investment where the expected assessable income is more than the expected deductible interest cost (and other costs). Income is greater than expenses, and your assessable income increases accordingly. In the context of housing, if you borrow the full purchase price, … Continue Reading

So you have a mortgage and would like to pay it off as soon possible. Here are some of our tips to get you started on the journey of debt-free-ness Understand the difference between the minimum repayments, your actual repayments and the interest cost Many people seem to confuse the repayment amount to the actual … Continue Reading