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COVID-19 Stimulus and Support Measures

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To assist you during this period of uncertainty, here is a free downloadable report summarising, for both individuals and business owners, the stimulus packages and support measures released to date

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The Latest Changes to JobKeeper 2.0 from 28 September 2020

The Latest Changes to JobKeeper 2.0 from 28 September 2020

The updated rules and explanatory statement clarify a number of common issues that have been raised by accountants since the JobKeeper extension was announced, including:

Carrying on an entity from 1 March 2020
Eligibility for December if failed previous decline in turnover test periods
Applying the two tier payment rates
The power of the Tax Commissioner
GST reporting method
Current GST turnover
Jobkeeper payment rates – alternative tests for the 80 hour requirement
Employees not tied to hours worked
Wage condition extended to 31 October 2020

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The Latest Changes to JobKeeper 2.0 from 28 September 2020

The updated rules and explanatory statement clarify a number of common issues that have been raised by accountants since the JobKeeper extension was announced, including: Carrying on an entity from 1 March 2020 Eligibility for December if failed previous decline in turnover test periods Applying the two tier payment rates The power of the Tax Commissioner GST reporting method Current GST turnover Jobkeeper payment rates – alternative tests for the 80 hour requirement Employees not tied to hours worked Wage condition extended to 31 October 2020

The Future of JobKeeper – What you need to know

We’ve summarised the key details for employers on JobKeeper 2.0 in this update, but just remember that the proposed changes are not yet law and the details could still change.

JobKeeper 2.0 – What you need to know

The second tranche of the JobKeeper scheme changes the eligibility test for employers and the method and amount paid to employees.

Funding for the arts: what’s available?

Will the Prime Minister’s targeted $250 million package of funding to support cultural and creative projects and initiatives save the industry?  The arts funding is aimed at kick starting the sector with funding preferencing commercial initiatives that generate jobs...

The ATO on COVID-19 fraud warpath

We always knew that a Government scheme swiftly distributing cash during a crisis was going to come with equally swift compliance and review measures, particularly when eligibility was self-assessed. Two major Australian Taxation Office (ATO) initiatives are searching out fraud and schemes designed to take advantage of the Government’s Coronavirus Economic Response Package.

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