Hi guys, I'm just looking at refinancing my 2 IP's and it got me thinking I should probably restructure better as my circumstances have changed significantly. Both IP's are held in my own name however since purchasing I have become a non-resident for tax purposes. I no longer get the 50% CGT deduction and as both are negative geared I'm not really benefiting from the deductions (yet). I also have no plans to return to Australia permanently in the future. I asked my accountant about my offshore BVI company purchasing the properties, an Australian company that is owned by the BVI company, using a trust or another suitable structure but he kind of flipped out saying BVI was a tax haven and wanted no part of it. I want to use the BVI company for estate planning purposes as I have assets scattered around the world and it would currently be a nightmare for my executors to handle it all. I thought there was no issue using a tax haven company as long as everything is declared & taxes in Australia paid correctly? I have no interest in hiding anything and want to ensure I handle everything 100% legit while achieving my goal of simplifying my estate planning & legally minimizing taxes. I'm on a decent income (US$200,000 net PA) and haven't known what to do or invest in since leaving Australia so also have a decent amount of cash (US$300,000) sitting idle in a bank account. I'd like to invest a good portion of this but unsure if it will be in Australia or not. Either way I'd like to structure so that I can invest further if I decided to. What would be the best way to set this up? Or could you recommend a good international accountant / tax lawyer that could assist? Most I've spoken to react similarly to my accountant as above and refuse to think outside the box for my scenario. Cheers!