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JobMaker Hiring Credits: 
What We Know So Far

We’ve had quite a few questions about the JobMaker hiring credit announced in the 2020-21 Federal Budget. The legislation enabling the JobMaker scheme has not passed Parliament as yet and until this occurs, the JobMaker rules are not certain and may change. More details should be available soon and we’ll […]

By |5 November, 2020|Business|Comments Off on JobMaker Hiring Credits: 
What We Know So Far

Road to Recovery?
Budget 2020-21 Update

The 2020-21 Federal Budget is a road to recovery paved with cash. Key initiatives include:

Personal income tax cuts from 1 July 2020
A $4 billion ‘JobMaker’ Hiring Credit to encourage businesses to take on additional employees aged 16 to 35 years old
$110 billion in infrastructure investment over 10 years
Immediate deductions for business […]

By |14 October, 2020|Business|Comments Off on Road to Recovery?
Budget 2020-21 Update

JobKeeper: The Next Steps

The first tranche of JobKeeper ended on 27 September 2020. We look at the issues for those seeking to qualify for the second tranche of JobKeeper and for those no longer eligible.
Wrapping up JobKeeper
If your business is no longer eligible for JobKeeper payments, there are a few things you need […]

By |5 October, 2020|Business|Comments Off on JobKeeper: The Next Steps

JobKeeper 2.0

JobKeeper from 28 September 2020
The first tranche of JobKeeper ends on 27 September 2020. Those needing further support will need to reassess their eligibility and prove an actual decline in turnover. To receive JobKeeper from 28 September 2020, eligible employers need to assess their decline in turnover with reference to actual […]

By |24 September, 2020|Business|Comments Off on JobKeeper 2.0

Has COVID-19 devalued your business?

If you are selling your business, merging, acquiring, or inviting in new investors, you need to understand the value of your business. But, to what degree does the pandemic impact on value? Should you discount or hold firm to pre COVID-19 performance on the basis that ‘we’re going to come […]

By |2 September, 2020|Business, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Has COVID-19 devalued your business?

What now? Where to get help if you need it. Help for business

JobKeeper 2.0
The Government has announced further changes to the JobKeeper scheme. The good news is that employees that missed out on JobKeeper because they were not employed on 1 March 2020 might now be eligible. The proposed changes would enable employees employed on 1 July 2020 to receive JobKeeper payments […]

By |27 August, 2020|Business|Comments Off on What now? Where to get help if you need it. Help for business

JobKeeper: Expanded access and eligibility test changes

Employees that previously failed the JobKeeper eligibility test as they were not employed on 1 March 2020, may now be eligible for payments from 3 August 2020 if they were employed on 1 July 2020. 
To receive JobKeeper from 28 September 2020, employers will need to reassess their eligibility with reference […]

By |10 August, 2020|Business|Comments Off on JobKeeper: Expanded access and eligibility test changes

The Proposed JobKeeper Payment

The Federal Government has announced (as part of its Coronavirus Stimulus Package) the introduction of a new JobKeeper Payment to assist eligible employers (and self-employed individuals) who have been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic to continue to pay their workers.  The following is a broad summary of the key aspects of […]

By |1 April, 2020|Business|Comments Off on The Proposed JobKeeper Payment

$1,500 JobKeeper subsidy to keep staff employed

A subsidy of $1,500 per fortnight per employee, administered by the ATO, will be paid to businesses that have experienced a downturn of more than 30% (50% for businesses over $1bn).

By |31 March, 2020|Business|Comments Off on $1,500 JobKeeper subsidy to keep staff employed

The Government’s COVID-19 Economic Response

The Government has announced its economic response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in the form of a $17.6 billion economic stimulus package. The package has been marketed as a measure to protect the economy by maintaining confidence, supporting investment and keeping people in their jobs.How things have changed in the last few days […]

By |28 March, 2020|Business|Comments Off on The Government’s COVID-19 Economic Response
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