Immediate Tax Write-off for Small Business
Changes in the 2015 and 2017 Federal Budgets now allow small businesses with an annual turnover of less than $10 million to immediately write-off (expense) any purchases of items $20,000 and under, that they can make between 7.30pm on the 12th of May 2015 and June 30 2018.
This has been increased from the previous instant asset write-off threshold of $1,000 and presents small businesses with a significant tax write-off opportunity.
As a practical example "Joe Bloggs Grocery Supplies Pty Ltd" is presently looking to report a net profit for the June 2015 financial year of $60,000 - which they will end up paying tax of $17,100 on (at the adjusted company tax rate of 28.5%). If Joe was to purchase or finance (through a Chattel Mortgage) three items valued at $20,000 each totalling $60,000 prior to June 30 - he will completely offset his profit and not pay any tax for that year*.
This example would provide Joe with $17,100 of savings back to his business through reduced tax - which could be used to effectively purchase equipment or more than cover the interest costs to finance the equipment purchased.
How can we help you to get the Immediate Tax write-off:
You don't need to have the cash to go out and buy equipment to get the write-off. Geared can assist you with a Chattel Mortgage Loan facility - which will allow you to qualify for the immediate tax write-off. With a Chattel Mortgage, you "own" the equipment immediately, so it's recorded in your business in the same way as a cash purchase.
Our finance offerings include*:
Competitive fast options now
Whether you need a Chattel Mortgage, Rental, Lease or Hire Purchase for your Equipment Purchase we can provide a very competitive facility with quick approval and payment.
We work with streamlined commercial credit assessment processes that in many cases will avoid the need for financial statements and tax returns, with responses in a matter of hours.
*This information is not meant to constitute taxation advice and does not take into account your individual circumstances. Please refer to your Accountant for taxation advice. Finance approval is subject to commercial lending criteria.