December 8, 2017
Depreciation is a word that strikes both joy and dismay into the hearts of investment property buyers and sellers.
The concept of depreciation is straightforward. It's the value an item loses each year as it slowly wears out and needs to be replaced.
Back in the day (prior to April 2011) investors could claim depreciation of both the building and the chattels against income on the property. But what about now? Read the full story here.
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