Knowing what expenses to claim on your investment property at the end of financial year can be confusing for many landlords and investors. Below is a general guide you can use to check and discuss with your accountants and advisers.
Looking for ways to quickly improve the cash flow of your investment property? Here are 5 suggestions you can consider:
If you’ve replaced or added assets to your investment property, it’s important to upgrade your tax depreciation schedule so you can claim on the new items from the time you install them.
A Quantity Surveyors Report (also known as a Capital Allowance and Tax Depreciation Schedule or Depreciation Schedule/Report) is a document, typically prepared by a professional Quantity Surveyor, that clearly reports in detail the deductions[...]
If you moved out of your home this year and continue to hold it as a rental, it’s no longer your Principal Place of Residence (PPOR) and you are eligible to start claiming all the deductions an investment property entitles you to.
When it comes to reporting Capital Allowances and Depreciation on Traveller Accommodation there are some great benefits that are unique to this property type. Find out below how our recent client was able to claim over $190,000 for the first 12[...]
Many investors don't realise they can claim depreciation of structural (Division 43) renovations completed by previous owners. When you purchase an investment property that is not brand new, any built improvements or additions completed on the[...]
What many investors may not have considered when they are renovating their investment property is the value of the items they are throwing or giving away.
Pick your favourite property expert and check out their advice regarding the benefits of claiming depreciation on their investment properties. Whether your a Margaret Lomas or Michael Yardney fan from way back, or you prefer Cam McLellan, or[...]