On 4 January 2021, the JobKeeper scheme will transition into its third installment.
It is important to keep up-to-date and aware of the changes that are being made within the JobKeeper schemes.
JobKeeper 1.0 was set to discontinue after September 2020, however the second wave of the Coronavirus means that the Government has come out with a second wave – JobKeeper 2.0.
JobKeeper 2.0 has some significant changes to the level of support for the December and March quarters. Find out what changes you need to be aware of..
Melbourne has gone into Stage 4 lock-down making it even tougher for businesses to survive the next six weeks. Find out what steps you need to take to be eligible for the Government’s $10,000 grant.
There is nothing more crucial to a business than a good structure. Get it wrong, and you could end up with a disaster.
The Government has extended the $150,000 immediate deduction for new assets all the way until December 2020. Understanding which financial year would be best for you to make this purchase is key.
The month of May has ended and businesses need to get their report in by 14 June 2020, but what about the bigger picture? The Government has to do a huge review at the end of the month – and it might impact you!
The registration cut off date to apply for Job Keeper is fast approaching. If you have not applied for Job Keeper by the end of May, you may miss out completely.
Job Keeper is a tremendous help to small business at this time of crisis, but how will the future look after Job Keeper has ended?
It is important to be aware of the potential future hardships your business will face, and the hard decisions that come with them.
Here is a worked example of the government incentives for COVID-19 based on an employee earning $60K pa.
We outline the Federal and Victorian support and assistance that is available to small business owners.
Positive changes have been made to the COVID-19 Stimulus Packages that effect Small Business Owners.