It seems that every few months, I realize that many people are NOT aware of the some of the tax benefits of moving for work or school reasons AND that being a landlord is 100% tax deductible on your claimed rental property.
1. RELOCATING 40+ KM FOR WORK OR SCHOOL
The Government of Canada allows you to claim your moving expenses when moving for work or school if more than 40km. If you dont think its a big deal, check on the km difference between Pickering and Ajax on Google...in one case, you can deduct your selling costs....the other, not so much!
ELIGIBLE MOVING EXPENSES:
NOTE: You can only claim these costs if you or your spouse are selling or have sold your old residence.
ELIGIBLE MOVING EXPENSES:You can deduct reasonable amounts that you paid for moving yourself, your family and your household effects. Not all members of your household have to travel together or at the same time.
2. ADVERTISING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXPENSES WHEN RENTING OUT YOUR SPACE
Imagine having the absolute best of the best services available to you while renting out your property and be able to claim it as a tax deduction against your rental income? That is what makes Canada so great!
This reason alone should be enough to call me right away. As an added bonus, I offer the most comprehensive list of options (including access to criminal checks, at your expense) to ensure you have every tool available to you.
Not only do I have a 99% success rate on the 200+ rentals I've handled in the last 10 yrs, I even offer Air Miles Credits to landlords that can be used in future purchases or sales together.
Bottom line on being a successful landlord is that you CANNOT afford to have the wrong people in your property or in your corner. Become a UniqueToronto.com member and let me handle the rest. Here is a quick blog about what happens when you DO NOT have the right kind of help in this process.
DISCLAIMER: It is always recommended that you consult with your legal & accounting advisors anytime you wish to rent out your property.
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