Combustible cladding replacement not tax deductible for commercial buildings – The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

Combustible cladding replacement not tax deductible for commercial buildings
The Australian Financial Review
Potentially thousands of owners of commercial buildings with combustible cladding face lower returns on their assets after a tax ruling that they cannot make replacement costs a tax-deductible expense. In an August ruling, the Australian Taxation ...
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