$120 million in JobKeeper payments has been taken back from ineligible businesses who made deliberate or reckless mistakes.
Temporary insolvency and bankruptcy protections are in place until 31 December 2020 to enable businesses to trade through the pandemic.
The first tranche of JobKeeper ended on 27 September 2020. We look at the issues for those seeking to qualify for the second round of JobKeeper and for those no longer eligible.
The Victorian Government's Business Resilience Package was announced last weekend. It will provide $3 billion in cash grants, tax relief and cash flow support to Victorian businesses.
There have been several new packages released over the weekend to support Victorian businesses impacted by this second lockdown. Find out about the "Second Wave of Stimulus" here.
The JobKeeper subsidy has progressed beyond the rush for eligibility and entered its second phase: compliance. Late last month, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) released guidance highlighting where the regulator will focus its compliance resources.
Working from home is definitely not for everyone, it takes self-discipline to stay productive. We've identified three big problems associated with working from home, and given you ways to solve them.
The Government has announced grants of $25,000 to encourage people to build a new home or substantially renovate their existing home.
As part of the economic response to COVID-19, superannuation minimum drawdown requirements for account-based pensions and similar products will be reduced by 50% in 2019-20 and 2020-21.
We are committed to keeping our people safe and healthy so that we can fully support you and your business going forward.