Taxpayers should remember that they can only claim deductions for holiday home expenses to the extent they are incurred for the purpose of gaining or producing rental income. They need to consider the following in determining whether the deductions they wish to claim are valid rental...

The ATO is reminding taxpayers that have a residential rental property, to take care when making claims for ‘second-hand depreciating assets’ used in their properties. In most cases, these are items that existed in the taxpayer's property when they purchased it, or were in their private...

Almost one‑third of people made mistakes when claiming their interest deductions. This information will help you get your claims right in your tax return. Remember the following three key points: The property must be rented, or genuinely available for rent at the time you incur the...

In 2019/20, over 1.8 million Australians owned rental properties and claimed $38 billion in deductions, so the ATO is reminding property investors to beware of common tax traps that can delay refunds or lead to an audit costing taxpayers time and money. The most common mistake...

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