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?
It doesn’t matter how recently you bought your rental property – even if it was 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.
As referred to in previous articles click here, the amendments to legislation about claiming depreciation has changed the timing of claims for second hand Division 40 assets. Previously, the depreciation deductions for these assets could be[...]
Many investors don't realise they may be eligible to claim depreciation of renovations completed by previous owners of their investment property. The depreciation claimable will depend on when the property was purchased and the nature and extent[...]
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.
Too often accountants and other professionals still tell us that they don’t bother with depreciation for an investment property if the property is 20 years or older.
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[...]
Just because an investment property is negatively geared, it does not mean it cannot produce a positive cash flow.
In NSW on July 1 there was a significant change to the Stamp Duty rules relating to the transfer or sale of “Business Assets”.