Farm Acquisition Depreciation Schedules by Herron Todd White

Farm Acquisition Depreciation Schedules by Herron Todd White

It’s tax time 2018 – and in Herron Todd White’s June Rural Overview, National Rural Director Tim Lane reminds purchasers of the possible annual deductions associated with the creation of a tax depreciation schedule on an acquisition.

Tim’s information is appended below. 

With another tax year about to close and given the ongoing transactional activity in the market, this is a timely reminder to our readers that our rural valuers can assist purchasers with the creation of a tax depreciation schedule on an acquisition. This report can be provided to your accountant and complies with the ATO requirements for the creation of a schedule of depreciation.

The service has been part of Herron Todd White for 11 years and we undertake this work nationally on every type of agricultural and investment property you can imagine. If you have bought a property recently, or in the past 3 years even, and have not had an assessment undertaken then you should be contacting your local Herron Todd White office to get a quote and guidance on the outcome.

A typical grazing holding could easily attract $30,000 pa or more annual deductions and with a fee to undertake fully tax deductible and about 1/10th the annual benefit this really does make sense for many.

For the entire Herron Todd White Rural Overview for June 2018 please >> click here.

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  • Trees fruits and nuts
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