08 Apr 2021 Business Measures
Privately owned and wealthy groups can engage early with the ATO and obtain a pre-lodgment compliance agreement for their commercial deals and restructure events.
The ATO defines a commercial deal as any significant business transaction that may affect the structure of your business. Some examples of this may include demergers, financing and refinancing, initial public offerings, sale of business and share buybacks etc.
You can get practical certainty for these events, while they are being planned or before lodgment, by using the Commercial Deals service.
Watch this video to learn more.
Claim March JobKeeper payments
If you are currently receiving the JobKeeper Payment, your final payment will be processed in April 2021.
To claim payments made in March 2021, you must complete your final monthly business declaration by 14 April 2021.
More information can be found here.
How to claim temporary full expensing and loss carry back this tax time
Temporary full expensing and loss carry back are two temporary Federal Budget 2020–21 measures you may be eligible to claim for your business in your 2020–21 tax return.
To claim, or opt-out of, temporary full expensing or claim loss carry back you will need to complete additional labels in your tax return.
To prepare for tax time 2020–21:
- Visit the temporary full expensing and loss carry back tax offset pages for more information.
- Add a 22 April 2021 placeholder to your calendar for the ATO’s Tax professionals conversations webcast to unpack the temporary full expensing and loss carry back measures this tax time. The ATO’s expert panel will discuss the eligibility, tools and resources available for tax professionals and their clients to help them access these measures.
- Find out about how to claim the temporary full expensing and loss carry back here.
Key dates for April 2021
21 April 2021
28 April 2021