Tips to Help Rental Property Owners Avoid Common Tax Mistakes

Tip Tuesday | Top 10 Tips to Help Rental Property Owners Avoid Common Tax Mistakes

  Whether you use a tax agent or choose to lodge your tax return yourself, avoiding these common mistakes will save you time and money. Apportioning expenses and income for co-owned properties If you own a rental property with someone else, you must declare rental income and claim expenses according to your legal ownership of...

Rental properties – claiming travel expenses deductions

From 1 July 2017, travel expenses relating to a residential investment property are not deductible. A residential premise (property) is land or a building that is: occupied as a residence or for residential accommodation intended to be occupied, and is capable of being occupied, as a residence or for residential accommodation. Under the new legislation, you…
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