|Welcome to the forty-third edition of our biannual newsletter, Maverick.|
From confirming the facts on the new residential depreciation legislation to investigating the growth in the commercial office space, here’s what’s
featured in our latest edition.
Happy reading from the team at BMT Tax Depreciation.
Despite legislation changes surrounding the eligibility to claim previously used plant and equipment in second-hand residential properties, there are still opportunities for investors to claim thousands of dollars in deductions.
New residential depreciation legislation makes investing in brand-new properties more attractive.
Significant population growth in New South Wales and Victoria is leading to increasing demand for housing and office space in these states. We look at this trend and the potential deductions investors could claim for a commercial office building.
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Rising electricity prices and the need for viable renewable energy alternatives have resulted in an increase in installation of solar power assets on Australian homes. We investigate the benefits and things to consider for landlords and tenants when installing these assets.
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|DISCLAIMER | This newsletter is issued as a helpful guide and is not intended to, and does not cover all aspects of the topics discussed. Professional advice should be sought before any action upon these topics is undertaken.|