We are completely refitting the bathroom in our rental property, including floors, walls, ceiling and all the internal fittings. We are also installing
an instant hot water bottled gas system. Is this tax deductible, or is it regarded as part of the house, which I have never deducted?
It appears that you are improving the asset beyond the condition of when you purchased it, if that is the case then it is more than likely going to
be capital and not tax deductible.
Disclaimer – The answer provided above is informational and should not be relied upon as tax advice. For personalised tax advice, please feel free to contact Crowe Horwath or your professional tax advisor directly.
Amanda is a Chartered Accountant and a Principal at Crowe Horwath. She has worked with a wide range of clients from a wide variety of industries including advertising agencies, construction, manufacturing and professional services. Amanda also has a special interest in property investment – both residential and commercial. She has extensive Trans Tasman experience with clients going both to Australia and clients coming from Australia.
Amanda enjoys working alongside her clients to help them successfully develop and implement strategies that drive profit and growth, whilst maximising value and cashflow.
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