Property investment tax

When it comes to tax, unless you are a professional, it can be difficult to navigate your way through the maze. But understanding the basic taxation laws and your rights as a property investor is imperative to the success of your investment career. We’ve made it a little easier for you by providing a guide to all the taxation questions you need answered.

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Property investors - here's what the tax man wants you to know

The Australian Taxation Office is aware that residential rental property owners may be concerned about how COVID-19, floods, or bushfires have reduced their income. This may be a result of tenants paying less or entering deferred payments plans, or travel restrictions which have affected demand for short-term rental properties. New legislation also affects the tax…

Attention Property Investors - The Tax Man is after you! | ASK THE TAX EXPERT Ken Raiss [Video]

Will your investment property make you a TARGET for the tax man? Attention property investors: your friends at the Australian Taxation Office might be taking an a much closer look at your tax return than you will be comfortable with this year … Assistant tax commissioner Gavin Siebert said the tax office has made property…

7 tax tips for the end of the financial year

Smart property investors use all the legal tax rules to minimize their cash flow leakage and maximise their deductions. The government encourages property investors to provide accommodation for those who need it by offering them a range of tax benefits. While most investors know about the typical tax deductions, such as interest on loans, repairs and management fees,…

How to protect your business from sabotage – and other unforeseen events

The recent strawberry sabotage by a reportedly disgruntled employee – and potentially others who appear to have simply jumped on the bandwagon for some terrible reason – is a timely reminder of the importance of business insurance.  With many businesses facing difficult economic times due to rising costs, increasing competition as well as changes to consumer…

Nine tax tips for property investors

With the end of financial year coming up soon, I thought I would provide some general tax strategies for property investors to consider: 1. Documentation: Keep summaries of all your rental income and expenses. This is much easier if you have your property manager looking after your property where they pay all expenses and collect all income….

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