Final account - a certified statement of final cost and effective closing of project administration procedures.
Project performance audit - repetition of costly mistakes can be avoided on future projects by comparing actual project performance with that planned. Shortcomings are thus identified and revised for future projects or subsequent stages (especially repetitive projects).
Defects list - an independent inspection and list of defects prepared where owners are not fully satisfied with the finished product they have presented with.
AQS have completed various significant Sunshine Coast building projects.
Depreciation allowances are available to owners of plant in both new and second-hand properties that produce assessable income. There is no definition of plant under the Act. However, attached to Income Tax Ruling 2000/18 there are over 850 items of plant that may be depreciable including carpets, air conditioning and light fittings. Depending on the property's specifications, furnishings and sale contract conditions, owners may be eligible to claim between 10% - 20% of the building's value as depreciable plant.
We offer owners of income producing properties in the Sunshine Coast, Tax Depreciation Schedules detailing a yearly allowance breakdown for a period of ten years, commencing from date of settlement. Our fee is fully tax deductible. Please phone Bobby le Roux on (07) 5473 9926 or email to email@example.com to obtain an information sheet and obligation free quotation. We service the entire Sunshine Coast and surrounding areas.