For property investors depreciation is a vital contributor to tax deductions and an integral part of the income and capital gain equation. Professional investors use this to their advantage but many mum and dad investors are ignorant of these highly lucrative tax rules.
In this Series we will explain exactly what depreciation is and how savvy investors use it to their benefit.
Part 1 – Explains the key components of depreciation and the different types.
Part 2 – Demonstrates how depreciation deductions can dramatically improve your cashflow allowing you to build bigger, more profitable property investment portfolios.
In further instalments of this Depreciation series, will work through cash flow examples, clarify misconceptions in the media and even observe some different political opinions on the subject!
All this and more, in the Depreciation Series.
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