Capricorn Finance says it can help

Now is the time to take action on those workshop equipment and tool updates you have needed to modernise your business.
Capricorn Members nationwide are encouraged to use the End of Financial Year tax incentive opportunity to ensure that their workshops are up to date with the latest equipment and tool technology.
Many Capricorn Members were assisted with End of Financial Year equipment loans in 2021 with the most popular items purchased being hoists, diagnostic scan tools, wheel and tyre service equipment, air compressors and brake lathes. 
Just as automotive mobility technology has advanced in leaps and bounds across recent years, so has the technology behind automotive workshop equipment, diagnostic scan tools, wheel service equipment, hand tools, powered tools and many more productivity increasing products.
The updating of these essential workshop equipment products ensures increased customer capacity to work on more modern vehicles, while state of the art diagnostic equipment also ensures correct and timely parts replacements. 
Capricorn Finance says it can ensure that your workshop is equipped for a successful future through increased productivity, revenue and profitability, while also benefitting from the ATO’s Temporary Full Expensing initiative. 
The end of the financial year is your deadline to maximise the Federal Government’s Temporary Full Expensing taxation incentive for business plant, tool and equipment purchases.
Qualifying businesses can immediately claim the business portion of the cost of purchasing or upgrading an eligible asset on their next tax return.
Any eligible asset that is first used, held or installed and is ready for use for a taxable purpose before June 30, 2022 can be claimed (for full details,
visit the Australian Taxation Office website at
Capricorn Finance says it offers all Members outstanding value with equipment purchase loans, with some Members already advised of their pre-approval for loan amounts up to $30,000.
Capricorn says any Members who have not received this advice are more than welcome to discuss their options with the friendly Capricorn Finance team by calling 1800 327 437 or by sending an email to
“Capricorn understands that upgrading existing equipment or purchasing new equipment can significantly increase a workshop’s capacity and capabilities. Capricorn Finance is available to Members to help them achieve this,” Capricorn Chief Executive Officer Automotive, Bradley Gannon, said. 
“Capricorn Finance is here to help our Members finance the equipment that they need to build a stronger business.” 
Capricorn is Australasia’s largest automotive parts and business essentials buying group with more than 23,000 Members located across Australia and New Zealand.

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