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An introduction to tax depreciation. Find out why this commonly missed tax deduction is so important.
A tax depreciation schedule outlines all available depreciation deductions to maximise the cash return from your investment property or business each financial year.
Your investment property might hold thousands of dollars in tax deductions. Find out how much depreciation you could claim.
Choosing a specialist Quantity Surveyor to prepare a depreciation schedule will ensure you claim all available depreciation deductions.
Watch our educational videos to learn more about depreciation.
Find out how much it will cost to prepare your BMT Tax Depreciation Schedule.
We guarantee to find double our fee in deductions in the first full financial year claim or there will be no charge for our services.
Learn about tax depreciation for your investment property and start claiming now.
See the difference a tax depreciation schedule can make to a residential property investor’s cash flow.
Our professional and experienced site inspectors identify every available deduction.
A new unit purchased for $450,000
After calling BMT Tax Depreciation, Donna found that she would be able to claim $12,800 in depreciation deductions in the first year.
Commercial & Business
Learn about tax depreciation for your business and start claiming now.
Find out what you can claim as a commercial tenant.
See the difference a tax depreciation schedule can make to a commercial business’s cash flow.
Find out how much it will cost to prepare your BMT Commercial Tax Depreciation Schedule.
A poultry farm purchased for $2.1 million
Simon enlists BMT Tax Depreciation to prepare a tax depreciation schedule after hearing about the deductions he could claim.
Save time, ensure compliance and maximise depreciation for your clients.
Use custom tools designed specifically for real estate agents and property managers.
Attract investors with a tax depreciation estimate.
Build your referral base and keep your clients coming back with BMT.
Access collateral like brochures and flyers for your clients.
Arrange a depreciation expert to speak at your next staff training day or property investor night.
Request an article for your newsletter, magazine or blog.
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PropCalc is the essential cash flow calculator for anyone looking to buy a property.
Estimate depreciation deductions for residential investment properties and commercial buildings.
Estimate construction costs for all types of residential and commercial properties.
Estimate much it will cost to replace your property to help find the right amount of insurance cover.
Find out the effective life and depreciation rate for any residential or commercial plant and equipment asset.
Find out how much it costs to build a house with our useful construction cost guide.
Access our property and depreciation apps, available on the App Store and Android.
PropCalc the essential cash flow calculator for anyone looking to buy a property
This innovative calculator allows users to customise their income, property expenses and cash flow to get a realistic breakdown of the cost of owning a property.
The CSV files that you are requesting will be an extract from the full BMT Tax Depreciation Report which outlines the methodology and legislation in
which the figures are prepared. The CSV files are to be used in conjunction with the full report and its contents. The information provided in this report
has been prepared by BMT Tax Depreciation Pty Ltd (Quantity Surveyors), as Property Depreciation and Construction Cost Consultants and not in any other capacity,
on the basis of estimated costs and information provided to us by the client. It is intended for use by the parties to whom directed. The contents should thus be
treated as advice on construction costs and like matters, and not as legal, accounting or taxation advice.