It doesn’t matter when you bought your rental property – even if it's just a couple of weeks out from the end of the financial year – it’s always worth getting a depreciation schedule done sooner rather than later.
Cash flow is the lifeblood of any small business. Whilst we spend and work hard on generating revenue every month to boost the bottom line, one of the easiest things we can do as a small business is to maximise the tax deductions available to us[...]
The short answer is yes! In many cases investors who purchase second-hand properties after May 2017 can still claim some substantial deductions for depreciation, despite many investors and their advisers believing otherwise.
After much speculation around just what the 2019 Federal Budget would include, on the 2nd of April 2019, the Federal Treasurer - Josh Frydenberg announced among other things, "additional tax relief for 3 million small sized businesses".
Many businesses, small and large, are in the process of finalising their business and individual financials for lodgement with the ATO over the next few months.
Despite 12 months of campaigning by Council of Small Business Australia (COSBOA) and Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry the government has not given Australia in to pressure to make permanent the instant asset write off scheme for small[...]
We have written previously (and endlessly) about “The Budget Announcement” that was made in May 2017, and how some in our industry perceived it to be “doom and gloom”. We didn’t agree with that line of thought and believed it was a matter of time[...]
If you have purchased or want to purchase a brand-new house or unit, there are great tax depreciation deductions claimable to you!