The aim for the JobMaker plan is to boost skills, stimulate economic growth, create jobs making it easier and economically viable for businesses to employ staff. Read our short report to see how this might affect you.
September 28, 2020 marks the start of the JobKeeper 2.0 payment scheme. Our short report outlines the key extension dates and what this means for employees and employers.
On 21 July 2020, the government announced the extension of the JobKeeper Payment scheme by another six months until 28 March 2021 as well as turnover tests to determine eligibility. How do these changes affect you?
Covid-19 packages have flowed into the economy to help businesses and individuals since March 2020 in a bid to keep the economy running. The second $750 cash payment is due to be paid. Are you eligible and how does this affect your tax?
COVID-19 has indelibly changed the economic and taxation landscape in 2020. How does this affect your tax time deductions and claims?
Covid-19 has brought world-wide change to the way we interact with people, how we shop, how we conduct business and make purchases, and how we work. While some of these will be short term, working from home has become a major change for millions of people. How and what can you claim on your tax deductions this year?