Have you received a government payment or grant?

by | Sep 2, 2020

IF your business has received a grant or payment from the Australian Government or a State or Territory Government, you may need to include it in your tax return.

Some grants and payments are assessable income and so need to be included in your tax return.

Grants and payments that are assessable income include:
• JobKeeper payments and fuel tax credits, and
• Wine equalisation tax producer rebate, and
• Grants, such as an amount you receive under the Australian Apprenticeships Incentives Program, and
• Subsidies for carrying on a business.

There are some government grants and payments that you do not need to pay tax on.
One example of this is the cash flow boost.

How and where you report assessable grants and payments in your tax return will depend on your business structure. We as your registered tax agent and BAS agent, can help you with your tax and can help you if you are uncertain about the tax treatment of government grants or payments you have received.

Chan & Naylor
Chan & Naylor

Chan & Naylor is Australia’s leading property, business, tax-accounting & wealth advisory group with offices nationwide.

The Chan & Naylor Group has national offices in South West Sydney, Sydney CBD, Pymble and Parramatta in New South Wales, Wheelers Hill, Melbourne and Moonee Ponds in Victoria, Brisbane in Queensland, and East Perth in Western Australia that can assist you with your accounting needs. Contact us here today.

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