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  • Todd Johnson
  • June 18, 2013
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  • Posted 6 years ago

Having a great website is absolutely essential in this competitive market. However, timing also plays a major role in creating a website that serves the intended purpose. Thinking of revamping your website? How about a brand new website with al new features or a CMS migration? These are all great ways to draw the many eyes that surf the web towards your business but that doesn't mean you can't reap additional benefits while you are at it!

Did you know that you can tax claim your all new website?

The ATO has identified 3 key components and each component is treated differently for tax – some more favourable than others:

1. Computer hardware;
2. Computer software; and
3. Content.

The focus lies on 'content'. Anything you spend on the development of initial content is tax deductible as long as the development of your website is a general expense incurred as a part of your existing business. If you wish to polish up your existing website or to make any content changes or updates, you can contact your accountant to add it to the tax deductions. However, it is important to understand that a website for a new business counts as capital and will not be deductible.

Here, at Australian Website Development, we offer a range of resources for you to make the right choices when it comes to creating a winning website that is also tax deductible. Be sure to pay a visit to our Tax Deductible Websites page to find out more about how your website can be given a new look and a range of new functions to suit your news.

So, good luck with tax time everyone! If you are in need of creating unique content for your websites, organic SEO and social media campaigns or web development services, do contact us for attractive rates and top of the range quality.

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