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“You have one chance to maximize your income tax savings through Tax Depreciation. Congratulations! You’ve found Koste, Australia’s only regulated Chartered Quantity Surveyor company specializing in tax depreciation and full corporate members of the AIQS (Australian Institute of Quantity Surveying). Rest assured that with our compliant ATO report, you will receive maximum deductions for all applicable assets Guaranteed.”
Mark Kilroy BSc (Hons) MA MRICS MAQIS
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If you have recently purchased a commercial investment property or even if you have been a long-time investor, give Koste a call to discuss how we can help you reduce your taxable income and improve your cash flow.
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A thorough and initial commercial depreciation schedule should be completed upon construction or acquisition of any commercial property. It enables owners to maintain a commercial tax depreciation schedule, to maximize their tax returns. As Quantity Surveyors, we identify and estimate all eligible depreciating assets - including capital works and plant and equipment assets! Our AIQS and RICS qualified Quantity Surveyors conduct assessments documenting evidence in accordance with ATO substantiation requirements.
Our detailed asset registers are compiled through a comprehensive survey carried out by our Quantity Surveyors. A detailed asset register will provide you with a full list of assets, which in turn will assist with compliance, audits , sinking funds, asset planning and ongoing commercial tax depreciation.
Often overlooked are the deductions you may be entitled to upon demolition of an asset. Whether it is capital works or a depreciating asset, the un-deducted value (written down value) of the asset can be claimed in the year of demolition.
Upon lease expiry the capital works component of the tenants fit out reverts to the landlord if the fit out is not demolished. Our assessment identifies the eligible capital works component.
Why Choose Koste’s Commercial Tax Depreciation
Koste’s Commercial Depreciation Schedules are very flexible and can be parted for several entities and assets even if they are purchased or acquired at various dates.
Since 2012, Koste has been a major provider of Commercial Tax Depreciation Schedules in Australia. Koste’s product and technique have established them as an industry leader, allowing our clients to receive comprehensive reports at exceptional prices.
AIQS and RICS Qualified
You can rely on our AIQS and RICS-qualified Quantity Surveyors to conduct evaluations that meet ATO substantiation criteria.
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Commercial Depreciation FAQs
What is considered a commercial property?
There are four main types of commercial property in Australia: office, retail, industrial, and specialty properties. Subcategories including medical, motels and short-term lodging are also available.
Who can claim for depreciation on commercial property?
Depreciation can be claimed by commercial property owners as well as tenants in commercial properties. It is possible to turn a negative cash flow into a positive one by correctly claiming deductions for commercial properties that might potentially total hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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Depreciation Management (Code)
Many commercial property owners are unaware that depreciation is a live document which should be managed and updated on a annual basis to maximise deductions and tax savings. Koste have developed CODE (Creating Optimum Depreciation Entitlements) reporting for clients who have portfolios of property. This reporting will ensure your business maximises Tax Depreciation entitlements. We can enable the analysis and modelling at asset, property and protfolio levels incorporating asset data including tax depreciation, capital expenditure amd balancing adjustments.