Another tax question for all the accounting wizards out there on PC. Thought I'd put it out the the PC community as I may be heading into a new business venture. The hypothetical scenario is as follows: For a given financial year, the business has made profit of $100,000 The business can be set up in any way shape or form e.g. company, trust, sole trader etc. (Anything except not for profit organisations of course ) MV of PPOR = $500,000 Loan amount = $400,000 (80%) Offset amount = $300,000 Remaining PPOR debt to pay off = $100,000 My question is, how can I get the $100k profit the business has made, to my personal name with the maximum tax minimisation possible to have my $100k PPOR non deductible debt completely paid off? Options have been many including dividends, salary, trust distributions, loaning to the company or take a loan from the company among many others. Asset protection is not a priority here, purely minimising tax as much as possible. Probably not so much property related as it is business related however am potentially considering venturing into a new business so just wanted to get a bit of background before I catch up with an accountant. Any help/insight would be much appreciated. Thank you.