By Cam McLellan There are several types of trust. For a property portfolio, a standard discretionary family trust is suitable. A trust is an arrangement where property is held ‘in trust’ (by a trustee) for the beneﬁt of others (the beneﬁciaries). There are two ways to hold property: in your own name or in a…
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Michael Beresford takes the drivers seat for today’s Property Workout of the Day to discuss maximising your tax with regards to your investments.
Cam and Al explain the benefits of using family or discretionary trusts when investing in property.