AdvisorCorp

Asset Finance

We can help you evaluate whether the property will be tax-effective and evaluate how the property will impact on your cash flow

AdvisorCorp is registered with the Tax Practitioners Board​

We are also a member of a professional accounting organisation Institute of Public Accountants. We abide by professional and ethical standards. 

AdvisorCorp is ASIC Authorised  Credit Representative

As credit representatives of AFG; AdvisorCorp and its Mortgage Advisors are authorised to engage in credit activities on its behalf.
ASIC Authorised Credit Representative Numbers are 519312 and 519313

AdvisorCorp is Authorised credit representative of Australian Finance Group Ltd

Established in 1994, AFG and has grown to become one of Australia's largest mortgage broking groups and leaders in financial solutions.

Australian Finance Group - AFG
AdvisorCorp helps you identify a good investment property by making you aware about
  • Growth suburbs- We help you by suggesting you areas where high growth is expected and where there is potential for financial gains.
  • Rental yield- We suggest you areas where rents are high compared to the property value.
  • Population strength- We advise you and help you find less populated areas to invest as high population strength regions are less desirable areas, which could make it harder to rent the property out or sell it in the future.
We also aim at working with you and by helping you identify.
  • Attractive features- we look for investment properties that will appeal to as many people as possible, like lock up garage or nearby shops, schools and transport.
  • Low maintenance - we look for properties with low maintenance and by keeping in mind the interest of the client.
  • Diversity clients - We find a property that will attract more than one segment of the rental market such as singles, couples, young families or retirees.
Rental property owners should remember:
Rental property owners should remember these key points when preparing their income tax return:

  • include all income you receive
  • get your expenses right
  • apportion your claim in line with your ownership interest
  • keep records
Our Advisers can analyse the capital growth, cash flows, and tax implications for any investment property and provide advice on the projected after-tax cost and rate of return. 

Need help with your Asset Finance?

Buying a property to rent out is a popular form of long-term secure investment when compared to other more volatile investments.

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ITR Checklist

This list may help jog your memory about some work-related expenses or other tax deductible items that you may otherwise have overlooked.

Income
Other Items
General Deductions
Specific Deductions
Income
  1. PAYG Payment Summary (Employment)
  2. Allowances / Tips / Director’s Fees
  3. Employer Lump Sum Payment
  4. Centrelink / Pension Income
  5. Annuities / Superannuation Lump Sum Payments
  6. Interest Amounts & TFN Credits
  7. Dividend Statements
  8. Employee Share Schemes
  9. Partnership & Trust Distributions
  10. Business Income
  11. Capital Gains / Losses – Property / Shares
  12. Foreign Income
  13. Rental Property Income
Other Items
  1. Help (Higher Education Loan Program) / HECS
  2. SFSS (Student Financial Supplement Scheme)
  3. Child Support Agency Liability
  4. Net Medical Expenses Offset
  5. Health Insurance Statement
  6. PAYG Instalment Credits
  7. Other Offsets & Tax Credits
  8. Reportable Fringe Benefits Amount
General Deductions
  1. Work-related motor vehicle expenses (log book may be required)
  2. Work-related travel expenses (travel diary may be required)
  3. Work-related clothing & laundry expenses
  4. Work-related self-education expenses
  5. Other work-related expenses (see below)
  6. Interest & Dividend Deductions
  7. Gifts & Donations
  8. Tax-related expenses (includes tax agent fees, travel to tax appointment)
  9. Un-deducted Purchase Price-Pension / Annuity
Specific Deductions
  1. Income Protection Insurance
  2. Union Fees
  3. Home Office Expenses
  4. Seminars / Courses / Conferences
  5. Overtime Meal Expenses
  6. Briefcase
  7. Tools & Equipment
  8. Depreciation on work-related assets
  9. Calculator / Electronic Organiser
  10. Computer Costs (includes repairs & printing costs)
  11. Software
  12. Memberships & Subscriptions
  13. Telephone / Mobile Phone / Internet
  14. Bank Fees (e.g. re: deductible purchases)
  15. Interest Expenses (e.g. re: deductible purchases)
  16. Sun Protection Items (e.g. sunscreen, safety glasses, protective gloves)
  17. Reference books / Journals / Trade Magazines