Quantity Surveyors report
Quantity Surveyor reports save property investors money.
Learn more about Quantity Surveyor Tax Depreciation Schedules from these blogs.
Quantity surveyors are experts in preparing tax depreciation reports and tax depreciation schedules.
Why do you need a Quantity Surveyor?
A quantity surveyor depreciation schedule will reduce your taxable income.
You can claim depreciation on your investment property just like you can claim the wear and tear of a car.
How much will a Quantity Surveyor Depreciation Schedule cost?
Prices for the Quantity Surveyor schedule vary but range from $385 to $770 depending on location and whether the property needs to be inspected or not.
Quantity Surveyor Report Articles:
After more than 20 years in Sydney’s North Shore, Washington Brown decided it was time for the head office to move to the big smoke. So we bought office space in one of the busiest streets in the Central Business District (CBD). The place was ugly. It was rundown and in desperate need of some […]
THE NUMBERS are in. There’s no denying it. It’s now a fact that not every property needs a physical inspection by a depreciation expert for the maximum tax deductions to be claimed. The truth is that the majority don’t need a physical inspection, saving you time and money. We’ve been saying this for a long […]
Deprection Inspections – Do You Always Need One? The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to reflect on “industry norms” and the way they operate. We are no exception. At Washington Brown we believe in researching each property and advising clients on the best way to approach achieving the maximum depreciation in the most cost-effective […]
By now you have probably heard that the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is putting Airbnb owners ‘on notice.’ Airbnb has emailed owners warning them that their details have been shared with the ATO. I suspect that there might be a few ‘Nervous Nellies’ out there – those who haven’t declared the income they have been […]
Since our beginning, well over 40 years ago now, Washington Brown has always placed as much importance on achieving the maximum ATO-Compliant deductions for our clients as we have on ensuring the highest levels of Customer Service and Satisfaction. With these aspects being at the core of the business’ values, we are understandably both proud […]
First home buyers seem to be a popular topic of discussion in Australia. They’re either getting a lot of government incentives and grants on the one hand, or they are finding it tough to get into the property market due to rising house prices on the other. Over the years I’ve been invited to talk […]
Property depreciation is a legal tax deduction related to the ‘wear and tear’ of an investment property over time. A tax depreciation schedule outlines the deductions you may be entitled to claim each year of ownership on the Building Allowance (the structure itself including bricks, concrete, etc.) and, if eligible, on the Plant and Equipment […]
Let’s talk about bricks and mortar. Or what the Government calls the Building Allowance. Whilst you can no longer claim depreciation on plant and equipment in second-hand investment properties, that’s the things like ovens, dishwasher etc. You can still claim the structure of the building, that’s the bricks, concrete, windows, tiling, etc. provided the […]
An investment property tax deductions calculator won’t always show you everything you can claim. Many leave out the assets that go into a typical depreciation schedule. Here are the things that your tax depreciation schedule must contain. When it comes to tax, there’s one question you must ask about your investment property: what can I […]
Property depreciation is one of the largest tax deductions for homeowners in Australia. But did you know that you can backdate your property’s depreciation? Doing so could save you thousands of dollars every year. As an investor, you need to take advantage of all the tax deductions Australia has to offer. Property depreciation deductions allow […]