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To receive JobKeeper from 28 September 2020, eligible employers need to assess their decline in turnover with reference to actual GST turnover for the September 2020 quarter (for JobKeeper payments between 28 September to 3 January 2021), and again for the December 2020 quarter (for...

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...

The future of JobKeeper Between April to May 2020, JobKeeper was taken up by 920,000 organisations and around 3.5 million individuals – 30% of pre-Coronavirus private sector employment. There have been a number of Government announcements on JobKeeper that impact on business and employee eligibility. Employees that previously...

SA Department of Treasury and Finance $10,000 Emergency Cash Grants for Small Businesses Small businesses and not-for-profit entities that employ South Australians who have been highly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible to receive a $10,000 grant to support the operation of their business. The grant...

Hang in there. We’ve designed this guide as a quick reference to the COVID-19 related tax and financial support that might be available to you. The Government has flagged that more support is coming and we will keep you updated of changes that are likely to impact...

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). To be a part of the subsidy, employers will need to ensure that their employees receive...

The Government has announced a $17.6 billion stimulus package to support the economy as we brace for the impact of the coronavirus. The yet to be legislated four part package focuses on business investment, sustaining employers, and driving cash into the economy. Download the Stimulus Package update Parliament...

Empty restaurants and retail stores were one of the first signs of the devastating impact the coronavirus on Australian business. Within a few months, the virus, now called COVID-19, has gone from being a largely unknown medical condition to one that threatens to impair Australian and...