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Low-value asset threshold for depreciation

Low-value asset threshold for depreciation

[As published by Inland Revenue]

The Government has recently passed legislation that temporarily increases the low-value asset threshold for depreciation from $500 to $5,000. This will allow you to deduct the full cost of your business assets with a value of less than $5,000 in the year they purchased them. This is instead of having to spread the cost over the life of the asset.

The low-value threshold will be raised further to allow the immediate expensing of assets purchased on or after 17 March 2020 that cost less than $5,000.

The Government is only raising the threshold for a short time until 16 March 2021. They're doing this so you and other business people keep investing in their businesses throughout the COVID-19 outbreak.

For assets purchased on or after 17 March 2021, this threshold will be permanently increased from $500 to $1,000.

If you would like support regarding depreciation or any other financial matters please do not hesitate to contact us or your client.

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