What will the ATO be asking about your holiday home? 

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What will the ATO be asking about your holiday home? 


Taxpayers claiming deductions on holiday homes are in the ATO’s sights.


The ATO is more than a little concerned that people with holiday homes are claiming more deductions than they should and have published the starting questions they will be asking to scrutinise claims:

  • How many days was it rented out and was the rent in line with market values?
  • Where do you advertise for rent and were any restrictions placed on tenants?
  • Have you, your family or friends used the property?

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