Landlording by Checklist

From: Dale Gatherum-Goss


Hi

I just received Hans Jakobi's newsletter and in it is mentioned a book entitled: "Landlording by Checklist"

It looks quite interesting although too expensive as usual.

Anyone read this one?

Dale
 
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From: Simon St John


Hi Dale

Who is Hans and how do you get his newsletter?

Cheers, Simon
 
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From: J Parker


Dale,

Why not save your big money and buy a lease pack, ring up the ATO to get all the relevant tenancy info and read a good book about DIY (eg: The Australian Landlord's Handbook by S.Bilosh). Other books have been mentioned elsewhere on this forum. Then you can make up your own checklist- you'll probably learn more as you do it yourself. Have fun!
Cheers, Jacque :)
 
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From: Dale Gatherum-Goss


Hi

Hans Jakobi has a web site at

www.supersecrets.com

and all the details are on there.

Dale
 
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From: Dale Gatherum-Goss


HI Jacque

Thanks for the thoughts, although I was a little surprised that you suggested that I ring the tax office for assistance on this topic.

Thanks

Dale
 
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From: J Parker


Well why not Dale? If you want to know all the depreciation side of things (and claims, capital expenses etc) their Rental Properties 2000-2001 is pretty thorough. I like to know what costs I can depreciate and claim for. Never hurts to know as much as you can, I figure!
Cheers, Jacque :)
 
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From: Dale Gatherum-Goss


I agree Jacque, it's just that I am a CPA and know the rules better than most of the drones who work at the ATO anyway.

In fact, I have quite a few tax office people as clients!

Thanks

Dale
 
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From: J Parker


OOps Sorry Dale I didn't know you were a CPA!
cheers, Jacque :)
 
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From: Dale Gatherum-Goss


No problems, I normally introduce myself as an axe murderer. You are more likely to have people talk to you at parties than telling them you are an accountant!!!!

Have fun

Dale
 
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From: Jas



>
> From: "Dale Gatherum-Goss" <dalegg@bigpond.net.au>
>
> No problems, I normally introduce myself as an axe murderer. You are
more
> likely to have people talk to you at parties than telling them you are
an
> accountant!!!!
>

Unless it's a party of investors - then you're the star :)

Jas
 
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