What is a Quantity Surveyor?

Put simply, Quantity Surveyors estimate and monitor construction costs throughout the competition of a construction project. After project is complete a registered quantity surveyor company such as Deppro can prepare tax depreciation schedules that are ATO compliant.

Why use a Qualified Quantity Surveyor for a Tax Depreciation Schedule?

For the ATO to process a depreciation tax claim the report must be completed by an ATO compliant registered Quantity Surveyor. A report completed by, for example an accountant will not be accepted by the ATO.
Why do I need a Physical Inspection from a Qualified Quantity Surveyor?

Why do I need a Physical Inspection from a Qualified Quantity Surveyor?

Having a physical inspection of your property allows our qualified inspectors to ensure we record all legitimate entitlements within your report. As a quantity surveyor company our inspectors have the expertise to ensure your depreciation schedule lists all assets and costs correctly.

As one of Australia’s largest property depreciation companies with expert quantity surveyors leading the team Deppro are best positioned to deliver an affordable, timely and reliable tax depreciation report.
Advantages of Using Qualified Quantity Surveyors

Advantages of Using Qualified Quantity Surveyors

There are may advantages to using qualified quantity surveyors to complete your tax depreciation report and include the following:

  • ATO Approved – Quantity Surveyors are recognised under the Australian Tax Office Ruling No. 97/25
  • Accurate Estimations – Unlike accountants quantity surveyors are fully qualified to accurately estimate depreciation on your building and contents
  • Maximum Entitlements – By engaging qualified quantity surveyors to complete your property depreciation report you can claim maximum tax entitlements on your tax return

Contact us for more information about our quantity surveyor prepared tax depreciation reports or order a report online now.

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