Property Investors Tax Resources Links from ATO
We have compiled relevant tax information for property investors and developers, what you need to know at Tax Time.
Rental Property Guide - publication issued by ATO, provides comprehensive guide in understanding tax obligation when deriving income from rental property.
Guide to Depreciation Assets- publication issued ATO, provides comprehensive guide to Depreciation Asset, balancing adjustment, valuation, disposal.
Claiming Capital Works Deduction - Link to ATO website, provides comprehensive information regarding deduction for Capital expenditure, who is qualified to provide valuation and what deduction and when you can claim.
Rental Property Co-Ownership - Link to ATO website, it provides information for owners of investment properties were there is co-ownership, relevant to any investor who jointly owners investment property.
Capital Gains and Rental Property - Link to ATO website, provides information when selling investment property and your tax obligation, what you need to account for and how to work out your capital gains or loss.
Rental Property and Active Asset - Link to ATO website, information identifying rental property business and reduction in capital gains, this publication confirms that Rental Property do not qualify as Active Asset and not eligible for Active Asset Capital Gains exemption.
Property Development Business or Capital Gains - Link to ATO website, provides information to differentiate between property development (business) and building for rental investment
Subdivision of Land and Capital Gains - Link to ATO website, useful for developers or investors intending to subdivide land, this article outlines tax obligation and Capital Gains issues.
Rental Property Damage or Distraction - Link to ATO website, provides list of deduction when the property suffers damage or distraction, ie. Brisbane Floods.
GST and Property - Link to ATO website information regarding GST obligation for developers and commercial property owners.
GST and Rental Property - Link to ATO website, when a residential property is subject to GST legislation and what happens when a property developer rents the property out and later sells it.
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