Improvements to be made to 'full expensing measure' | Muntz Partners

 

The government will expand eligibility for the temporary ‘full expensing measure’, which temporarily allows certain businesses to deduct the full cost of eligible depreciable assets in the year they are first used or installed.

The government initially announced in the 2020/21 Budget that businesses with a turnover of up to $5 billion would be able to immediately deduct the full cost of eligible depreciable assets as long as they are first used or installed by 30 June 2022.

The government will also allow businesses to opt-out of temporary full expensing and the backing business investment incentive on an asset-by-asset basis.

This change will provide businesses with more flexibility in respect of these measures, removing a potential disincentive for them to take advantage of these incentives. For example, where the automatic application of full expensing might cause the entity to make a loss.

Read more about this measure on the ATO website.

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