$150k Tax Break
Its’ time to take advantage of the new Government $150K Tax Break when you purchase from Car Giant WA before the end of the financial year. Under this new initiative, SMEs are entitled to the increased Instant Asset Write Off (IAWO) with the Government increasing the IAWO threshold from $30,000 to $150,000.
Start searching our wide range of stock now to take advantage of this great incentive.
*Please refer to the Australian Tax Office website to see whether your business qualifies for the instant asset write off and speak to your tax professional for advice tailored to your individual circumstances.
The IAWO threshold
Businesses with a turnover of under $50 million will have access to a tax-free payment of up to $25,000 to help boost cash flow. The threshold applies on a per asset basis, so eligible businesses can immediately write‑off multiple assets. Choose from hundreds of cars on offer to take up the new Government tax benefits. Be quick – offer ends June 30, 2020.
Increasing the instant asset write-off
Under the new Instant Asset Write-Off scheme, your business can now claim an immediate deduction of $150,000. With this new arrangement, you will pay less tax in 2019-20 helping your business cash flow and withstand and recover from the economic impact of the Coronavirus.
Owen owns a company, ON Point Farms Pty Ltd, through which he operates a farming business in the Central Wheat Belt of Western Australia. ON Point Farms Pty Ltd has an aggregated annual turnover of $25 million for the 2019‑20 income year. On 1 May 2020, Owen purchases a second hand tractor for $140,000, exclusive of GST, for use in his business.
Under existing tax arrangements, ON Point Farms Pty Ltd is not able to immediately deduct assets costing more than $30,000 and instead would depreciate the tractor using an effective life of 12 years. Choosing to use the diminishing value method, ON Point Farms Pty Ltd would claim a tax deduction of $3,899 for the 2019‑20 income year.
Under the new $150,000 instant asset write‑off, ON Point Farms Pty Ltd would instead claim an immediate deduction of $140,000 for the purchase of the tractor in the 2019‑20 income year, $136,101 more than under existing arrangements. At the company tax rate of 27.5 per cent, Owen will pay $37,427.78 less tax in 2019‑20.
This will improve ON Point Farms Pty Ltd’s cash flow and help his business withstand and recover from the economic impact of the coronavirus.
**Buyers should consult their Tax Accountant/Agent regarding specific advice for their personal situation.