There are different types of small business benchmarks that help compare your business' performance." />
There are different types of small business benchmarks that help compare your business' performance.
Performance benchmarks are financial ranges for your industry. They help you work out how you compare to other businesses and decide if you need to make any changes. Performance benchmarks apply to 100 industries and input benchmarks apply to domestic trade work.
Performance benchmarks include:
Tax return benchmark ranges include:
Activity statement benchmark ranges (before 1 July 2017) included:
Use the key benchmark range when you compare your business's performance to others in your industry.
We use this range to protect honest businesses. We may also use it to determine how much tax a business should have paid when there are insufficient or no records available. This is the most accurate when predicting business turnover.
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If your industry isn’t represented in our small business benchmarks, use the industry benchmarks information in taxation statistics.
Input benchmarks show an expected range of income for tradespeople based on the labour and materials they use to undertake domestic projects.
We developed them using information from industry participants and trade associations.
Input benchmarks help you to:
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