Given the unease around COVID-19, we thought we’d share a few things we’re focusing on to help you and your team navigate through these uncertain times.
1. Make the most of government stimulus… more $ in your pocket
The government has released it’s $17.6 billion stimulus package to help keep businesses in business.
You can rely on our expert team to deliver a solution that meets the government’s eligibility criteria, providing maximum benefit to you.
Instant asset write-off
For the period March 12 – June 30 2020, businesses with less than $500M turnover will be able to claim an instant tax deduction for eligible assets costing less than $150,000, delivered in this period.
If you’re looking for a ‘ballpark figure’ on how much your storage project will cost – and in turn the asset write off you’ll receive – these online calculators can provide an indicative estimate.
Additional 50% immediate tax deduction for businesses with less than $500M turnover
Businesses with turnovers of less than $500 million will also be able to claim an additional immediate tax deduction of 50% of the cost of assets purchased between 12 March and 30 June 2020. This is on top of the normal tax depreciation deduction the business would be entitled to.
2. In person or video conferencing advice
As your trusted storage advisor, our solution consultants can meet with you in person or via video, web or audio conferencing, to ensure you get the right plan for your project and fully understand the value provided.
3. Supply chain certainty
We are constantly testing the strength of our supply chain, which to date has not been impacted by the COVID-19 virus. We are not locked into a single supplier, and can source products from all over the world. Our supplier network is up and running, products and parts are flowing into our warehouses… ready to be deployed to your site.
4. HEALTH & WELLBEING
To ensure you receive the best possible service, we’ve taken proactive steps to provide for the health and wellbeing of our staff in line with recommendations from the World Heath Organisation and the Australian Government Department of Health.