Need a Quantity Surveyor in Canberra to prepare your Depreciation Schedule?
Washington Brown specialises in Quantity Surveying, Tax Depreciation Reports for Canberra & Queanbeyan. We also service Yass & Jindabyne from the Canberra office.
We’re Australia’s most trusted Quantity Surveyors for tax depreciation schedules. Our quantity surveying professionals are members of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors and are experts in getting you the maximum cost savings on your investment property.
Tax Depreciation Schedules
We are experts in Property Tax Depreciation services for all property types – residential, industrial and commercial property.
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So if you need a Quantity Surveyor Canberra – You’re in the right place – Washington Brown has been preparing depreciation reports for close to 30 years – It’s a brand you can trust.
Is worthwhile getting a Depreciation report for my investment property in Canberra?
A depreciation schedule is worthwhile for the majority of Australian properties.
The reason for this is that even if you’re eligible to claim plant and equipment tax
deductions (due to the 2017 Budget), you are able to claim the Building Write Off Allowance on properties built after 1987. At 2.5% per annum of the total construction cost, this means that it will only take a build cost of $50,000 to result in yearly deductions of $1250.
Even for older properties (built before 1987), any renovations, extensions or additions totalling over $50,000 will result in those same property depreciation deductions.
If you’re lucky enough to have bought before the 2017 Budget (and rented the property out before 1 July, 2017), you are able to claim the deductions on plant and equipment, which generally add up to thousands of dollars for each year’s claim.