Taken goods for private use? Here’s the latest values
Thursday, Jun 30, 2016
Taken goods for private use? Here’s the latest values. The ATO knows that many business owners naturally help themselves to their trading stock and use it for their own purposes. Taken goods for private use? Here’s the latest values
This common practice can occur in businesses such as butchers, bakers, corner stores, cafes and more.
The ATO regularly issues guidance for business owners on the value it expects will be allocated to goods taken from trading stock for private use. The table below shows these values for the 2015-16 income year.
Type of business Amount (excluding GST) for adult/child over 16 years $ Amount (excluding GST) for
child 4-16 years $
Bakery 1,350 675
Butcher 800 400
Restaurant/cafe (licensed) 4,580 1,750
Restaurant/cafe (unlicensed) 3,500 1,750
Caterer 3,790 1,895
Delicatessen 3,500 1,750
Fruiterer/greengrocer 790 395
Takeaway food shop 3,410 1,705
Mixed business (includes milk bar,
general store and convenience store) 4,230 2,115
The basis for determining values is the latest Household Expenditure Survey results issued by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, adjusted for CPI movements for each category.
Note that the ATO recognises that greater or lesser values may be appropriate in particular cases, and where you are able to provide evidence of a lower value, this should be used.
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