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Income, deductions and concessions



Capital gains tax

A capital gain or capital loss is the difference between the amount you receive when you sell an asset and what the asset cost you. Not all assets attract capital gains tax. As a small business operator, you most commonly make a capital gain or capital loss when you sell one of the assets you use in your business, for example, your business premises or goodwill. If you conduct your business through a company or trust, you may make a capital gain or capital loss if you sell your shares in the company or interest in the trust.
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Small business tax concessions

Fuel tax credits

Claiming GST credits when you buy something

Fringe benefits tax