What is Investment Property Tax?
Investment property tax refers to the taxes paid on rental properties owned by individuals or businesses.
This includes taxes on income generated from the property, capital gains tax on the sale of the property, and other taxes related to owning and managing a rental property.
In Australia, investment property taxes are set and administered by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
FAQs about Investment Property Tax
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