maintenance claims can include any type of work done to the property that
prevents it (or a part of it) from deteriorating or eventually becoming broken
recognises things like painting, oiling, brushing, cleaning, and the upkeep of
electricals and plumbing as being tax claimable.
equipment or tools that are purchased to buff away rust, mould, or ingrained
dirt can be deducted, as can hiring an electrician or a plumber to mend a
faulty cable or pipe.
include replacing a broken window, cleaning out a blocked fan unit, and hiring a
professional to make a soiled carpet spotless again.
to note that all maintenance and repairs done to the property must be claimed
within the year they are performed, and any deterioration or wear and tear
needs to have occurred at the property during the period in which it was rented
to be well prepared and organised, including filling and making electronic
copies of each receipt and invoice to support each claim.
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