The ATO continues to roll out much-needed details about JobKeeper Payments, allowing us to advise clients with increasing clarity. Recent information has served to broaden eligibility for some businesses and extend deadlines, opening pathways for more businesses to potentially benefit from the subsidy.
The roll-out of the JobKeeper program continues at a rapid pace. Is your business ready for the JobKeeper Subsidy?
The JobKeeper Payment, at $130B, is the single biggest economic support measure in Australia’s history. The more we hear and read, the more confident we are that this measure has definitely hit the mark and will be the saviour for many businesses and thousands of jobs.
The third and largest COVID-19 (coronavirus) support package to date is a $130 billion economic injection designed to save jobs for the next 6 months. In this package, businesses may be entitled to receive a fortnightly wage subsidy of $1,500 per employee.
The so-called JobKeeper Payment is designed to keep people in work and the Government expects up to 6 million people will benefit from the subsidy.
The federal government continues to release a range of measures to support both business and individuals as a result of COVID-19.
This update primarily focuses on the government’s second round of stimulus measures. We also outline key concessions announced to date by major banks and provide a brief update on state government announcements.
Federal and state governments have announced various measures to support the economy in the wake of the impact of COVID-19.
In this summary, we address the key announcements to date, including Tasmanian state government and ATO support.
How much time do you spend bookkeeping each week? Recording, organising, and processing financial transactions – everything from accounts receivable and payable, to employee payments, expense receipts and supplier invoices. 10 hours? More?
Effective bookkeeping is at the heart of a healthy business. But, done poorly, bookkeeping can be time-consuming and tedious.
Fringe benefits tax (FBT) is a tax paid by employers on specific benefits provided to employees (and their families). Benefits commonly provided to employees include company vehicles, car parking, low interest loans, and living-away-from-home allowances. FBT places the tax burden on the employer rather than the employee, which can be an attractive arrangement for many workers.
This month we have some simple tips to get the cash flowing in your business, and an update regarding Single Touch Payroll. Vaughn shares his thoughts on Artifical Intelligence and how it might impact our personal lives, and we ask you to think about where your superannuation death benefits will go when you pass away (it’s probably not your favourite topic, but it might be simpler to deal with than you think).
The extension of Single Touch Payroll (STP) requirements to employers with 19 or less employees has finally passed both houses of Parliament. From 1 July 2019, STP reporting will become compulsory for all Australian employers.