It is recommended that investors engage a qualified Quantity Surveyor to carry out a Comprehensive Tax Depreciation schedule and report. When purchasing a second hand property you will need a Quantity Surveyor to establish a cost base for your assets, including calculating the historical construction costs.
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A typical investment property may include both Div. 40 (Capital Allowances) and Div. 43 (Capital Works) deductions. The following examples illustrate room assets and the type of deduction which may be claimed.
The following example demonstrates the potential income tax saving when you include Tax Depreciation as a deduction on your Tax Return. More than 60% of investors fail to include this and are missing out on potential Tax Savings.