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Tax time checklist

By Brooke Croft

We are fast approaching that time of the year where property investors need to get prepared and take the time to understand their tax obligations.

Whether you plan on preparing your tax return or working with an accredited accountant, the following checklist can assist you in getting organised, including a couple of helpful tips to better understand rental income and expenses.

Download your free copy of our tax time checklist here.

You should not act solely based on the material contained in this checklist. The information and statements herein are general comments only and do not constitute or convey advice per se. Seek independent professional advice before making any decision or acting.

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