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120% Tax Rebate On Websites For Business

Posted on
March 30, 2022

If you weren't paying too much attention to the federal budget released by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg on Tuesday night, you may have missed an important nugget relating to small businesses and digital marketing:

“From tonight, every hundred dollars these small businesses spend on digital technologies like... web design will see them get a $120 tax deduction,”

This means that businesses with an annual turnover of less than $50 million (so most of us), can invest in a new website, and claim 120% of the cost as a deduction. It's all part of the government's push for more businesses to embrace online solutions.

So if you've been putting off your new business website - or are yet to have one at all! - then there's never been a better time to speak to our team about how an online solution can work for you.

Get in touch with us using the enquiry form below, and let's get the ball rolling!

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