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<ul><li><p>IN-CONFIDENCEwhen completed</p><p>Your tax file number (TFN)</p><p>Address of property</p><p>NAT 26826.2003</p><p>Rental property scheduleDo not use correction fluid or tape. Please print neatly in BLOCK LETTERS witha black or blue ballpoint pen only. Print one letter or number in each box.</p><p></p><p>Suburb ortown</p><p>State Postcode</p><p>Date property first earnedrentalincome</p><p>Number of weeks propertywas rented this year</p><p>Rental details</p><p>For the period 1 July to 30 June</p><p>If you own more than one property, a separate Rental property schedule mustbe prepared for each property.</p><p>If you are a part-owner of a rental property, each Rental property schedule must recordyour share of rental property income and expenses for each property.For further information, see the instructions for completing the rental property schedule.</p><p>STOPSTOP</p><p>Surname orfamily name</p><p>Given names</p><p>Your date of birth</p><p>Your name</p><p>Day Month Year</p><p>TEAR</p><p> ALO</p><p>NG D</p><p>OTTE</p><p>D LI</p><p>NE</p><p>Taxpayers declarationPrivacyIt is not an offence not to quote your TFN. However, your TFNhelps the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) to correctly identifyyour tax records.The ATO is authorised by the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936and the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 to ask for informationin this schedule. We need this information to help us toadminister the tax laws.We may give some of this information to other governmentagencies authorised by law to receive it, including Centrelinkand the departments of Social Security, Veterans Affairs, andEducation, Science and Training.</p><p>I declare that all the information I have given istrue and correct.</p><p>SIGNATURE</p><p>DATE</p><p>Day Month Year</p><p>Day Month Year</p><p>The tax law imposes heavy penalties for giving false or misleading information.</p></li><li><p>DAdvertising for tenants</p><p>EBody corporate fees</p><p>OPest control</p><p>PProperty agent fees/commission</p><p>QRepairs and maintenance</p><p>RCapital works deductions (special building write-off)</p><p>SStationery, telephone and postage</p><p>TTravel expenses</p><p>UWater charges</p><p>VSundry rental expenses</p><p>Total expenses W $</p><p>NET RENT ,,X $Take W away from C</p><p>Income</p><p>ARental income</p><p>BOther rental related income</p><p>Gross rent Add income amounts (A and B) C $</p><p>Expenses</p><p>Add expenses amounts (D to V)</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>F</p><p>G</p><p>H</p><p>I</p><p>J</p><p>Borrowing expenses</p><p>Cleaning</p><p>Capital allowances (depreciation on plant)</p><p>Gardening/lawn mowing</p><p>Council rates</p><p>KInsurance</p><p>LInterest on loan(s)</p><p>MLand tax</p><p>NLegal fees</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>,,</p><p>.00</p><p>.00</p><p>,</p></li></ul>