Koste Tax Depreciation was established to specialise in Tax Depreciation Schedules for both Residential and Commercial clients Nationally.
We have established a market leading product and methodology to carry out Tax Depreciation Schedules which enables Koste to provide our clients with detailed and accurate schedules at unbeatable fees.
As identified by the ATO from 1st March 2010 all companies preparing Tax Depreciation Schedules must be Registered Tax Agents. Our Quantity Surveyors are suitably qualified to carry out these Tax Depreciation Schedules on investment properties. Koste only employs qualified Quantity Surveyors to prepare the Tax Depreciation Schedules.
Koste have worked with commercial clients on the introduction of managing Depreciation throughout the life of their properties.
Our Quantity Surveyors have a wide range of industry experience both in the commercial and residential sectors. As Koste grows we look to employ the very best Quantity Surveyors who have the necessary skill set to provide clients with
a quality product.
We look to invest in our people through training and self promotion. When you have a happy team of people your client will benefit from exceptional customer service and results.
Koste are innovators and leaders in the industry always looking to improve not only industry standards and technologies but also and client awareness of cost saving opportunities.
Our team are working on the latest integrated Tax Depreciation Management tool which will put our clients in the driving seat.
Our aim to provide our clients with a product whilst offering innovation and value for money.
Achieving the sucess of this, will ensure our clients continue to work with Koste and that long term business relationships will be developed with our team for many years to come.
We have found very few properties which are not worthwhile depreciating. Even if your property was built pre 15 September 1987 and no longer eligible for Division 43 (Building Allowances) you will still be eligible for Division 40 (Plant and equipment) depreciation. In addition to this, your property may have undergone refurbishment works more recently which will also attract both building allowances and plant and equipment depreciation.