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Moneta Group

Tax Depreciation Reports for your property

Fill in the form below with your investment property details and contact information. Please allow up to 15 minutes to fill in the form. Our Quantity Surveyors will start preparing your tax depreciation schedules once payment is confirmed. 

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Our Points of Difference

We prepare each report with care to ensure our clients maximise depreciation returns. In addition, our tax depreciation reports are not auto-generated. Most importantly, our Quantity Surveyors will always look to see where we can claim maximum deductions. With the best information available, our Quantity Surveyors prepare the reports based on the clients’ unique circumstances. Therefore, if you have been told there are no deductions by one of our competitors or your accountant, get in touch with Koste and challenge us!

Detailed Report

You will receive a comprehensive 40-year schedule for both prime cost & diminishing value methods. Also, we utilise Low-Value Pooling and Immediate Write-offs

Maximum Deductions

We utilise the current ATO Tax legislation, which changes annually. This ensures our clients receive maximum benefit and returns.

Capital Works

Many properties will have undergone some cosmetic work. Therefore, our team will ensure this cost is calculated and included in your report.

Shared Assets

If you own a property with common areas, you will be entitled to claim a percentage of these assets based on your lot entitlement.

Gold (G) & Platinum (P) Packages May Also Include:

Free Updates (P)

As a valued client, we will update your schedule Free of charge whilst you are the owner of the property.

Site Inspection (G) (P)

A qualified surveyor will carry out your site inspections both virtually and physically. Also, if no site survey is required,  you will be offered a discounted fee.

Furniture (P)

For furnished property, we will include the assets in your report at no extra cost.

Scrapping (P)

Remember, if you remove an asset or demolish, you can claim the remaining depreciable value upon disposal.


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