June 30 is quick approaching and it’s that time to get everything in order with regards to submitting all the information you require to your accountant so they can complete your tax return.

As part of that if you own an investment property it is important that you have an end of year summary statement. This covers all your expenses that you are able to claim as part of your deductions for your investment property.

One thing you might like to consider before June 30 is getting a depreciation schedule, we have touched on this in an earlier video and there are significant benefits of getting that for your properties.

Have a chat to your accountant and have a chat to your real estate agent get everything in order before June 30 and you will be in a much better position to lodge your tax return earlier and potentially get a refund.