Rental Property Accounting
Helping you manage your rental
property accounting and financials.
An easier way to manage rental property accounting.
SBA are the specialists in rental property accounting and we make it easier for you to manage your rental property financials and maximise your rental property returns.
Working with SBA is easy. We will provide you with an end of year Rental Property Financial Report with a breakdown of each property, including a profit and loss report and a balance sheet. SBA will then prepare and submit your tax return to Inland Revenue. SBA will deal directly with Inland Revenue on your behalf, plus you can contact us at any time to ask questions about your rental property accounts.
We have over 80 branches nationwide so get in touch with your local SBA Branch today and choose the rental property accounting service that’s right for your property investment.
Rental Property Accounting Services
What accounting do I need to do for my rental property?
To keep compliant with the IRD you will need to keep a record of income and expenses for each rental property together with any invoices. Your accountant will then take that information and prepare a set of accounts which will produce an IR3 which they will lodge with the IRD.
Can I do my own rental property accounting
Most people will be able to do their own day to day bookwork for their rentals including managing rental income and expenses using a simple spreadsheet or online accounting software like Xero. However you will need an accountant at the end of each financial year to prepare and file a set of accounts for your rental investments to keep you compliant with the IRD.
What can expenses can I claim for my rental propertyy
When you own a rental property there are some expenses you can claim that will reduce the tax you pay. For example you can claim on rates and insurance or general repairs and maintenance, legal fees or rental agents fees if related to the property. However there are many you can’t claim including the purchase price of the property or additions / renovations that are considered improvements. Find out more about what you can and not claim for your rental property. LEARN MORE