Tag: property investor tax deductions

Good habits for tax-smart property investors

LJ Hooker offers the following good habits to help property investors navigate tax time. Which of these points are most relevant to you? Article reproduced...

I purchased a secondhand property, what can I claim?

With residential depreciation legislation changing in May last year, there has been some confusion amongst property investors and industry professionals. Accordingly, many people have...

What tax deductions can I claim on my rental property?

Knowing what expenses to claim on your investment property at the end of the financial year can be confusing for many landlords and investors. Guest...

Tax time: Obtaining and owning a rental property

When investing in a rental property, you'll need to keep records right from the start and work out what you can and can’t claim...

Can I still claim depreciation on my investment property since the...

Reader Question “Does the change in legislation affect your ability to claim depreciation on your investment property this year?" Guest post - Mark Wilkins, Capital Claims Since...

9 ways to cut your tax bills through depreciation

Just like you claim the wear and tear of your car against your taxable income or the wear and tear of the desk in...

How is property depreciation calculated?

With a new understanding of property depreciation, you may be wondering how you calculate depreciation on your investment property assets. Sponsored article courtesy of Washington...

Back to basics on property depreciation

How does investment property depreciation work? Sponsored article courtesy of Washington Brown What is depreciation? Let’s start right at the beginning. Depreciation is basically a tax deduction available...

Tax time: Property owners urged to get deductions right, ATO

The Australian Tax Office (ATO) says too many individuals and small businesses are making excessive tax deductions and has threatened to come after them. The...

Tax time: Property investors, are you tax ready?

As a new property investor, it is worth speaking to a professional tax accountant to get a good understanding of what you can and cannot claim.