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Australian Tax Office - ATO
The Australian Taxation Office website offers information and assistance on all areas of taxation for the individual, business and tax and superannuation professional. It includes information on tax reform, superannuation, TaxPack, eTax, rebates, excise and has an extensive legal database with legal and policy material to aid interpretation of taxation law.
 
The Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS)
The Australian regulatory, educational and representative body for all those in the Quantity Surveying profession, including quantity surveyors, construction and building economists, estimators, project cost managers, cost planners, cost consultants, cost engineers, project managers.
 
Urban Consulting - Quantity Surveyors & TaxShield Pty Ltd
  www.urbanconsulting.com.au
  Urban Consulting - Quantity Surveyors is an Australian owned and operated business of TaxShield Pty Ltd throughout Australia, and provides knowledge, expertise and professionalism in all areas of the property and building financial consulting services through its Highly Qualified, Experienced and Registered Professional Quantity Surveyors.
 
ATO - Taxpayer obligations
  www.ato.gov.au/atp/content.asp?doc=/content/33975.htm
  Under Australia’s self-assessment tax system, you are responsible for declaring all your assessable income – such as investments including dividends, distributions, rents, interest etc – and claiming only the deductions and rebates you are entitled to.
 
ATO - Taxation Ruling
  law.ato.gov.au/atolaw/view.htm?docid=TXR/TR200018/NAT/ATO/00001
  Income tax: depreciation effective life
 
ATO - Guide to depreciating assets
  ato.gov.au/content/downloads/NAT1996-04.pdf
  Information about how to claim tax deductions for depreciating assets and other captial expenditure
 
ATO - Decline in value
  http://calculators.ato.gov.au/scripts/axos/help/Depreciating_assets5.htm#_Decline_in_value
  Deductions for the cost of a depreciating asset are based on the decline in value. For most depreciating assets, you have the choice of two methods to work out the decline in value of a depreciating asset: the prime cost method or the diminishing value method.
 
ATO - Depreciating assets in residential rental properties
  www.ato.gov.au/taxprofessionals/content.asp?doc=/content/46651.htm
 
 
ATO - Draft Taxation Ruling
  law.ato.gov.au/atolaw/view.htm?docid=DTR/TR2004D3/NAT/ATO/00001
  Income tax: plant in residential rental properties
 
ATO - Self-assessment and the taxpayer
  www.ato.gov.au/individuals/content.asp?doc=/content/13685.htm
  Australia’s tax system works on self-assessment. This means that taxpayers must show all their assessable income and claim only the deductions and offsets (formerly called rebates) to which they are entitled, on their annual income tax return.
 
ATO - Taxation Ruling
  law.ato.gov.au/pdf/tr0018c7.pdf
  Income Tax: Effective life of depreciating assets
 
 
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