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Expenses you could claim on your investment property

If you own or plan on owning an investment property it’s important to understand what you’re able to claim and keep receipts for claimable expenses.

Doing your tax return is a yearly event it can come with some stress – especially if you haven’t been keeping things in order over the course of the year. To help you out we’ve put together this handy infographic below which shows what you might be able to claim from your investment property in your next tax return. 

If you struggle to keep paper receipts, there are lots of digital receipt trackers and Apps these days that you could use and upload your receipts to straight away. For more information talk to your Accountant or visit the Australian Tax Office (ATO) website. The ATO has a great suite of videos and other resources to help you understand what you are entitled to claim at tax time.

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