You have until 30 June to create some instant asset Tax write-offs up to $20,000 per items. Yes, we know that you need to have made a profit to instant asset tax write-off in the first place.
But if you don’t want to spend as much then smaller items also qualify for an instant asset tax write-off.
We have looked at some value items that may just end up costing you nothing!
Equip your gender-equal, customer-facing staff with work-life bags from Code Republic
Shakespeare said, “Clothes maketh the man.” Well if he had been around today that would have been, “Shoes and handbags maketh the woman.” Only shoes are not tax deductible unless they are steel toe protective boots.
Code Republic have a collection of leather work-life bags that can be claimed as a tax deduction this end of financial year. These combines the strength and space to carry everything you need including a laptop, iPad and more, with the aesthetic of a luxurious, feminine and stylish handbag.
GadgetGirl reviewed the Daniell Luxe Tech handbag and it cost me dearly. Bags feature
- Rose gold accents and a bright palm tree lining
- Integrated pockets, keys and small items are easily found
- Dedicated compartments securely hold your phone, water bottle, makeup and so much more
- Supportive, reinforced shoulder straps
Code Republic is exclusive to Harvey Norman and sells for $349.
GadgetGirl also reviewed the STM Grace range of backpacks and laptop/table sleeves.
The gender-equal Road Warrior is more often seen now with a Surface Pro or iPad than a full fat MacBook or Laptop.
GadgetGuy was taken by the large range of third-party keyboard/covers for these new breed of two-in-one devices.
Brydge has a range of, for what of a better word, hard keyboards that turn your tablet into aa clamshell notebook. These come for the iPad Pro (9.7, 10.5 and 12.9-inches), iPad 9.7-inch (6th, 5th and Air) and Surface Pro (all models)