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This is relevant to banks, financiers and business owners making advances to pay employees for businesses to survive. Borrowers applying for loans should make sure their financier knows about section 560 because it might get the loan over the line quickly.
JobKeeper Payments - Financing the gap between now and the cash splash
The announced JobKeeper initiative is a subsidy program to support employees by providing a safety net of income support and to retain engagement with employers.
JobKeeper Payments - Australian Government Stimulus
The JobKeeper support announced by the Government is by far the largest form of support for businesses that are affected by COVID-19. It is also the one that is causing the most confusion and distress. The laws are now passed and the rules and an explanatory documents have been issued.
JobKeeper Payment Passed in Parliament – Your Questions Answered
The outbreak of COVID-19 has plunged many businesses into challenging and unprecedented times.
In such times, negativity and fear can be the order of the day and it is difficult to look forward and be optimistic about the future. In the depth of any crisis, upsides can be difficult to find and it is very easy to become overwhelmed by all the negatives.
Corona Crisis - Finding The Way Forward
COVID-19 has not discrimated and the the not-for-profit sector is fighting to survive in the current climate. The importance of these organisations is paramount and sadly, now more than ever, these amazing charities are needed for their support and services. How can we help those who help us?
NFP Update – how to support those who support us during a crisis
Further rules regarding JobKeeper payments have been enacted in recent weeks affecting the Alternative Turnover Test and Group Entities. The ATO has begun its review of JobKeeper claims to ensure the integrity of claims made.
JobKeeper: Alternative Turnover Test, Group Entities and ATO reviews
Time is running out to claim the small business support grant of up to $10,000 put in place as part of the Australian Government’s Stimulus package in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The grant is designed to provide financial support to ease the pressures on small business through this crisis.
Applications close 30 June 2020 – $10,000 NSW Small Business Grant
With the additional cash that may now be available businesses should consider the following measures pre 30 June.
Top five things to think about before EOFY – Planning in the COVID Era
The Government has announced details of the proposed changes to JobKeeper. This area has seen some of the most confusion from business owners and employers and will continue to become more complex as eligibility and benefits of the scheme continue to change.
JobKeeper Changes Announced
The Treasurer delivered an Economic and Fiscal update on 23 July 2020 which included key policy measures introduced since the start of COVID-19 to aid individuals and business through the pandemic. To support the economic recovery, the Government is extending and further targeting temporary economic measures to support sectors, regions and communities that will continue to face challenges.
Economic and Fiscal update shows the impact of COVID-19
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