Key points

House

Michael buys a brand-new house for $730,000

Rent

His property is rented for $650 a week or $33,800 per annum

depreciation

BMT uncovers $15,500 in depreciation deductions in the first full financial year claim

New house purchased for $730,000 depreciation breakdown

New house purchased for $730,000 Without depreciation With depreciation
Annual rental income $33,800 $33,800
Annual property expenses $40,000 $40,000
Pre-tax cash flow (income less expenses) -$6,200 -$6,200
Depreciation claim $0 $15,500
Total taxation loss (pre-tax cash flow + depreciation) -$6,200 $21,700
Tax refund (tax loss x tax rate of 37%) $2,294 $8,029
Annual costs (pre-tax cash flow + tax refund) -$3,906 $1,829
Weekly cost -$75 per week +$35 per week
Difference of $110 per week
Assumptions and disclaimer

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The tax depreciation deductions in this case study have been calculated based on the diminishing value method of depreciation and are based upon a first full year of ownership.

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