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    "Small" equipment/tools threshold

    What is the current threshold for considering a capital purchase a small tool (i.e. can be fully written off as an expense rather than depreciated)? I see on the wiki it is noted as R7k - is that still the threshold?

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    Duncan, I've double checked and the practice note I relied on is still the one currently in play.
    So yes - it's still R7000.
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