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Episode 117 | Everything You Need To Know About Depreciation Changes – Chat with Bradley Beer, CEO of BMT Tax Depreciation

We’ve got Bradley Beer, CEO of BMT Tax Depreciation on the podcast today! Now, some of you might remember Bradley back in Episode 10 where we talked about what is a tax depreciation schedule, how it works and if all property investors should have one done.

For today’s episode, however, we will be relating back to Episode 115 where we chat about the impact of the recently released Federal Budget had on property investors, focusing specifically on the depreciation changes. So here are the topics that they touched on today:

  • Exactly what part of the depreciation deductions are affected by the proposed changes?
  • Are capital works deductions still available to be claimed at 2.5% for 40 years?
  • What is the significance of 7:30 pm AEST on the 9th of May 2017?
  • Will they be looking at the contract date or settlement date?
  • Do the proposed changes affects tax depreciation schedule that was previously submitted?
  • How will this impact investor’s cash flows and is there a difference between new vs old property?
  • What is the logic behind the changes on investor’s travel expenses?

 

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Episode 62 | Does the Great Australian Dream still exist?

What a week in the property industry!

It started off with ABC’s Four Corners Monday night segment called Home Truths. This episode focused on housing affordability and negative gearing and they’ve interviewed a few parties for this segment.

Following that, we have the Cash Rate announcement at 2:30 pm on Tuesday. As widely expected, the Reserve Bank of Australia has dropped the cash rate by 25 basis point to 1.75%. A few factors contributed to this decision but one of the main reason is the deflation recorded in the January – March 2016 CPI data. Although most economists have forecasted this movement, there aren’t many who talked about the changes that lenders would make. Would they pass on the full rate cut? What other changes would they implement following RBA’s decision? How will this affect the current mortgage holders?

Finally, on Tuesday night, we’ve got the 2016 Budget announcement by Scott Morrison. With so many speculations surrounding the negative gearing policy, what would the Government propose? Hence, this week on The Property Couch podcast, Bryce Holdaway and Ben Kingsley will be talking about all these discussions and how will it affect The Great Australian Dream. Tune it to start listening now!

Resources mentioned in this episode:

  • RBA May 2016 Cash rate announcement – Watch here
  • 2016 Budget Announcement – Read here
  • ABC Four Corner’s segment on housing affordability – Watch here
  • ATO’s Taxation statistics 2013–14 – Read here

 

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