Site inspections

Find out why a site inspection is a crucial part of a depreciation schedule

Site inspections

Find out why a site inspection is a crucial part of a depreciation schedule

Why do we need to visit your property?

For BMT to complete a comprehensive tax depreciation schedule it is necessary to conduct a physical site inspection to measure, photograph and assess the assets installed for depreciation purposes. This enables us to achieve the highest possible tax deductions and maintain full compliance with the Australian Taxation Office.

A site inspection:

Quick complete
Is quick to complete
An inspection takes about 30 minutes
Record assets
Records all assets
All depreciable assets will be counted, measured and photographed
ATO compliant
Ensures ATO compliance
Inspections are completed by BMT specialist staff, not contractors
  • Taking measurements of rooms
  • Noting installation dates of assets
  • Photographing the building and fixtures and fittings like stoves, air conditioners and hot water systems.

Photographs of assets do not include any personally identifiable information, and do not form part of the tax depreciation schedule.

All this information will be used to create a comprehensive tax depreciation schedule which helps to reduce tax liabilities.

We can arrange access to the property either directly with you, or through your property manager. We can organise the inspection to take place either inside or outside of business hours, at another convenient time.

Our site inspectors carry identification and will present it on arrival at the premises.

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