Capital gains tax concessions for small business
Lifetime CGT cap
12.2 Lifetime CGT cap
A member can elect for proceeds from the sale of an asset to be used towards the CGT lifetime limit. The proceeds that qualify for either the 15-year exemption or the retirement exemption ($500,000 lifetime limit applies) may qualify to be excluded from the non-concessional cap.
For a contribution to qualify as a CGT cap contribution the member must notify the superannuation fund (CGT cap election form) before or at the time of making the contribution. This form can be obtained from the ATO or a superfund may have its own version for members to use.
|Financial year||Lifetime cap amount||Source of contribtuion|
|2020-21||$1,565,000||Exempt capital gains and/or sale proceeds|
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Last modified: Friday, July 16, 2021