Adelaide’s Leading Property Investing Accountants

Are you looking to dive into property investing, and not sure how to navigate the tax side of things? You’ve come to the right place!

Property Tax Experts

Perhaps you’re a seasoned investor, and looking for a property accountant that can help you manage your tax requirements while maximizing the benefits available to you.

National Accounts are experienced property tax accountants with decades of experience in providing optimal return on our clients’ property investments. We’re committed to helping you reach your financial goals with your property portfolio at all stages of your investing journey. 

Why You Need an Investment Property Tax Accountant

Ensure compliance and maximize tax benefits with the right property tax accountant for your investment portfolio.

Portfolio Structuring

Fast track your financial goals, optimally structure your debt.

Maximise Deductions

Ensure your claiming everything your entitled to, including depreciation.

Improve Cashflow

Improve cashflow and maximise your tax returns.

Strategies for Growth

Develop strategies that leverage your current position for better growth.

The Benefits of Owning an Investment Property

If you are a property investor, there are a number of tax benefits that you can use to your advantage. 

That being said, investment property accounting can get complicated quickly if you don’t know what you’re doing. Be sure to get the right advice.

Claiming depreciation & other related expenses

Claiming interest on your mortgage

Using equity to expand your portfolio faster

Negative gearing

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What You Can Claim at Tax Time

As an investment property owner, you are able to claim a variety of expenses related to your rental property come tax time. 

What Is Capital Gains Tax (CGT)?

A capital gain or loss is the difference between what the property cost you to buy and improve (the cost base), and the amount you receive when selling it. Simply put – if you sell the house for a profit, you make a capital gain. If you lose money when you sell, that’s a capital loss.
Each time you sell an investment property, you must report your capital gain or loss on your tax return for that year, and pay a Capital Gains Tax (CGT) on any profit you make from the sale.

Minimise Your Capital Gains Tax Liability

Minimize your Capital Gains Tax (CGT) burden by holding onto your investment property for over 12 months to qualify for a 50% discount on the capital tax. Include all relevant expenses, such as stamp duty, legal fees, and agent’s commission, in your cost base calculation to reduce tax on sale profits.

Trust National Accounts for precise CGT calculations and expert tax-saving strategies.

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