When selling 'active business assets', you may be eligible to claim certain capital gains tax (CGT) concessions and get more money into super.
Active business assets are those held or used in your business or a business of someone connected with you. Generally, they include land and buildings and, in limited cases, shares in a company.
You're selling small business assets.
Jane, aged 64, recently sold a business she has owned for the last 10 years for $500,000. She has made a capital gain of $400,000 and plans to retire.
Her registered tax agent works out she is eligible for various CGT concessions that mean she won’t have to pay tax on the sale proceeds.
This money can then be used to start a retirement income stream, where no tax will be payable on investment earnings or the income payments she receives to help fund her retirement.
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