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For many investors, depreciation deductions continue to be an area where claims are missed when completing their annual income tax assessments. Research suggests 80 per cent of investors fail to maximise the deductions they can claim from depreciation. Yet the average investor is entitled to claim...

It’s easy to see Australian’s have a passion for property renovation. All you need to do is switch on the television and you’ll find evidence in the number of home shows dominating our screens. A large number of property investor’s complete additions or alterations to their...

There have been a number of reports recently about statistics that have been released by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) suggesting that low interest rates have lead to a reduction in the amount of claims being made for rental properties. However, there are a number of...

Want to be $96 per week better off? Before walking away from purchasing a first or next investment property, make sure to crunch the numbers correctly. That next bargain may actually be affordable if property depreciation is claimed. Astute investors will usually consider the potential rental return...

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) allows property owners to claim depreciation on the structure of any income producing property as well as the fixtures and fittings within the property. Depreciation related to a building’s structure can be claimed using capital works deduction. Claiming property depreciation...