1. A Simple Guide To Tax Depreciation with Bradley Beer

    Did you know that 70 – 80% of property investors don’t get their tax depreciation done properly potentially missing out on thousands of dollars in savings?!

    Tax depreciation doesn’t need to be confusing! Having a good understanding of tax depreciation will allow you to develop smarter tax minimisation strategies with greater opportunities for deductions that could save you thousands of dollars.

    Claiming tax depreciation deductions should be an important part of any property investment strategy. There are some basic tips to know when maximising cash return from a residential or co

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  2. 5 Tips for Property Investors at Tax Time

    If you’re on the way to building your wealth through strategic investments in property, understanding the best possible ways to minimise your tax and maximise your deductions is a smart way to get the most value from those investments.

    1. Keep accurate paperwork and all documentation

    According to industry insiders, the ATO may be planning to look more closely at claims made by property investors in the next 12 months. To protect against any auditing issues, always keep thorough records of all expenses, including receipts, emails and other important documents related to potential deductions.

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  3. Laing and Simmons Double Bay Property Management

    _E1A7244Laing + Simmons Double Bay Property Management is part of a high profile franchise group yet remains independently owned by Principals Suzie Reid and Bart Doff.

    Through a combination of hard work, dedication, knowledge, local expertise and credibility backed by results, we have achieved a reputation as one of Sydney’s premier property management companies.

    The office is acknowledged as the market leader in prestige Eastern suburbs leasing, a reputation which has been forged in over 20 years leasing and managing a large portfolio of the best properties available in the Eastern  Suburbs renta

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