Webinar: Tax Depreciation - Capital Allowances

Webinar: Tax Depreciation - Capital Allowances
Join Neil Jones from Tax banter as he presents "Capital Allowances - Depreciating Asset or Building Costs".

This webinar will guide you through the tax matters associated with expenditure on properties with Neil providing invaluable insights into - What is a depreciating asset?, When is an item a separate unit of property?, When does the expenditure become construction expenditure and form part of the building?, What are the rules for deducting depreciating assets?, and What are the rules for deducting the building allowance?

Learning Outcomes
At the end of this webinar,

- participants should have an understanding of the definition of a depreciating asset and how the tax rules apply to determine the amount of deduction available.
- attendees should also gain an understanding of the tax rules for building allowances under Division 43 of the ITAA1997. 
- you will also gain an insight into the tax treatment of capital expenditure that is neither a depreciating asset or construction expenditure.

About the Presenter
Neil Jones, Director/Senior Tax Trainer, TaxBanter
Neil is a Director of TaxBanter with primary responsibility for the delivery of tax training across the Australian market. Neil has an extensive background in the tax profession including 17 years at the Australian Taxation Office and over 20 years as a leading tax trainer in TaxBanter and Webb Martin. Neil is well known as a presenter of enjoyable and practical tax seminars in all areas of taxation.


 Date/Time:  Wednesday, 6 March 2019, 12:30 - 2:00pm
 Cost:  Members - $80 (incl. GST) / Non-Members - $100 (incl. GST)
 Register:  Click here to register
 CPD Points:  1.5

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When
6/03/2019 12:30 PM - 6/03/2019 2:00 PM
Where
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