Our business sector is experiencing unprecedented and significant challenges right now and any boost to cash flow needs to be accessed as soon as possible.

Ensuring your commercial landlords, and businesses have depreciation schedules that are up to date and maximising their allowances and tax deductions for depreciation is one way to get a cash flow boost quickly and cost-effectively.

Some results we've achieved for a handful of our commercial clients are below:

 

case study on commercial property depreciation

We have an expert commercial depreciation team, with long term experience assessing all types of commercial properties, ranging from agricultural warehouses, to large city office buildings, shopping centres, hotels, child care centres, hairdressers, gyms and all manner of commercial properties in between.

The feedback we get on what our partners love most about our service is how easy we make the process.  So for more information about depreciation for commercial buildings, you can visit our commercial page here.

If you'd like to discuss a commercial property and the benefits of depreciation for the owner, please don't hesitate to get in touch on 1300 922 220 or contact Alex directly on email via alexk@capitalclaims.com.au

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About Mark Wilkins

Mark is an expert quantity surveyor, business owner, public speaker and property developer. With 20+ years experience in the construction and quantity surveying industry Mark’s specialist expertise have been sought in consultant capacity by professional bodies such as the National Institute of Accountants and the National Tax and Accountants Association, and he has presented at various property and tax seminars and expos nationwide. Mark holds a Bachelor of Construction Management from the University of Newcastle, is an affiliate member of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors and a Registered Tax Agent.

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