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.
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.
Granny flats are on the rise as a great property investment move! Not only are granny flats a cheaper way of entering the property investor market, they add value to a principal place of residence or to an investment property. As a rental,[...]
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!
As a property investor are you expecting a tax refund due to a negatively geared investment property? Did you know you can access that refund in advance, or in real time during the financial year to improve your cash flow each month?
Pick your favourite property expert and check out their advice regarding the benefits of claiming depreciation on their investment properties. Whether you follow Margaret Lomas or Michael Yardney, or you prefer Cam McLellan, or Jane Slack-Smith,[...]