Rental Property and Taxation

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Don't leave the success of your investment up to a visit to your accountant once a year -- this book could save you hundreds!In print for over 10 years, Rental Property and Taxation debunks the many myths surrounding tax and real estate investment, and takes an objective look at how a loss from a rental property can affect your tax situation. In this fully updated fourth edition, practising accountant Tony Compton arms rental property owners and would-be owners with the information they need to be better informed about tax as it relates to their own circumstances. It covers all aspects of rental property ownership, including:allowable deductions decline in value and construction cost write-offs negative and positive gearing record keeping structures and ownership, and more!With its plain-English explanations, real-life case studies and the latest updates to tax laws, Rental Property and Taxation will take the 'buy now and hope for the best' factor out of tax planning for rental property investments.

Kosta and Jenny can each make an interest claim of $15,000 on their respective tax returns for the first year of the property. Example: Claiming part of the interest incurred The short answer is that rental income is taxed as ordinary income.

How much does it cost to do it? a Declaration of Trust or Severance of Joint Ownership is about ~£200 + VAT; if you have a mortgage on the property, you might need to pay a Stamp Duty Land Tax charge; if unmarried couples transfer a share in a home, this triggers Capital Gains Tax The rate of tax on rent starts at 32.5%. Unlike Australian resident taxpayers who can earn a fixed amount of income tax free, a foreign resident is taxed from the first dollar earned.