COVID-19 relief package guide

Discover exactly what you are entitled to and how to apply for it

Welcome, you are not alone ...

Firstly, as a Small Business Owner it is important to remember that now is a time to look after yourself and your family. From speaking with many Small Business Owners in our community, we know that many of you are feeling the effects of this uncertain time.

So don't be embarrassed, if you are having trouble coping please reach out and seek help before things build up and feel too big to deal with. If you need extra support to sustain your wellbeing through this time, please do not hesitate to check the ATO's Health and Wellbeing page for a list of organisations offering free support for business owners.

Our Team are continuing with business as normal and we have researched all the information you need to know and we have divided it into categories that will make it easier for you to find out:

  1. What you need to know about the government relief packages.
  2. Where you need to go to access the government relief packages you are entitled too.
  3. When you can apply for the government relief packages.

We would also like to offer you a free 30 minute consultation, so that you can talk about your specific situation, discuss any business strategies you'd like to implement, or so we can give you ideas on how to find opportunities for your specific business during this time of change.

So please reach out and talk to us earlier, rather than later. We are all in this together and together we will get through it.

Select your business situation

I am Sole Trader

WITH EMPLOYEES

I am Sole Trader

WITH NO EMPLOYEES

I am Sole Trader

WITH APPRENTICES

I am a Company

WITH EMPLOYEES

I am a Company

WITH NO EMPLOYEES

I am a Company

WITH APPRENTICES

I am Trust

WITH EMPLOYEES

I am a Trust

WITH NO EMPLOYEES

I am a Trust

WITH APPRENTICES

I am a

NOT FOR PROFIT

I am an

EMPLOYEE

I need help getting

MY BUSINESS ONLINE

Sole Trader with Employees

If you are a Sole Trader and have employees, here is what the Government have released up until now.

What am I entitled to?

JobKeeper Payments

Wages subsidy to keep paying employees

Claim a fortnightly $1,500 payment per eligible employee

  • You can register from 20 April 2020
  • Need to register by 30 April for April Payment to be paid in May. The $1500 per fortnight payment must be paid in full to the employee/s by the 8th of May. Alternatively, you have until the 31st of May to register and to be refunded for April and/or May.
  • Each month, you must reconfirm your reported eligible employees.
  • For business that confirm a 30% fall in turnover
  • To work out your fall in turnover, you can compare either:
    • GST turnover for March 2020 with GST turnover for March 2019
    • projected GST turnover for April 2020 with GST turnover for April 2019
    • projected GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2020 with GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2019.

Before enrolling, you need to:

Boosting cash flow for employers

Payments equal to 100% of your PAYG Witholdings, with a minimum payment of $10,000 if you:

  • held an ABN on 12 March 2020 and have employees
  • must have completed 2018-2019 tax return (excl. approved deffered entities i.e. bushfire affected entities)
  • credited via the ATO activity statement system after 28 April 2020
  • The minimum credit will be $10,000, even if the amount required to be withheld is zero.

  • Additional cash flow boosts will not be paid until your PAYG withholding exceeds $10,000 over the relevant periods. If they are, then the additional cash flow boosts will be paid in two installments of 50% of the original cash boost payment

  • aggregated turnover under $50 million

  • made eligible payments you are required to withhold from
Early release of Superannuation

Apply on myGov if:

  • Your business was suspended
  • there was a reduction in your turnover of 20% or more.
Increased instant asset write-off

Eligibility depends on:

  • aggregated turnover (less than $500 million)
  • date of first use or installation of the asset
  • cost of each asset less than the threshold
Backing Business Investment

Time limited 15 month investment incentive

  • through to 30 June 2021
  • Turnover less than $500 million
  • 50% deduction of the cost of eligible assets
New tax rules for working from home expenses

Shortcut method provides a rate of 80c per hour

  • Just keep a record of hours worked from home
  • Valid for hours between 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020
  • Include the note COVID-hourly rate in your tax return

Sole Trader with no Employees

If you are a Sole Trader and you do not have employees, here is what the Government have released up until now.

What am I entitled to?

JobKeeper Payments

Wages subsidy under the business participation entitlement

Claim a fortnightly $1,500 payment

  • You can register from 20 April 2020
  • Need to register by 30 April for April Payment to be paid in May. The $1500 per fortnight payment must be paid in full to yourself by the 8th of May. Alternatively, you have until the 31st of May to register and to be refunded for April and/or May.
  • Each month, you must reconfirm your eligibility
  • For business that confirm a 30% fall in turnover
  • To work out your fall in turnover, you can compare either:
    • GST turnover for March 2020 with GST turnover for March 2019
    • projected GST turnover for April 2020 with GST turnover for April 2019
    • projected GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2020 with GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2019.

Before enrolling, you need to:

Boosting cash flow for employers

Payments equal to 100% of your PAYG Witholdings, with a minimum payment of $10,000 if you:

  • held an ABN on 12 March 2020 and have employees
  • must have completed 2018-2019 tax return (excl. approved deffered entities i.e. bushfire affected entities)
  • credited via the ATO activity statement system after 28 April 2020
  • The minimum credit will be $10,000, even if the amount required to be withheld is zero.
  • Additional cash flow boosts will not be paid until your PAYG withholding exceeds $10,000 over the relevant periods. If they are, then the additional cash flow boosts will be paid in two installments of 50% of the original cash boost payment
  • aggregated turnover under $50 million
  • made eligible payments you are required to withhold from
Early release of Superannuation

Apply on myGov if:

  • Your business was suspended
  • there was a reduction in your turnover of 20% or more.
Increased instant asset write-off

Eligibility depends on:

  • aggregated turnover (less than $500 million)
  • date of first use or installation of the asset
  • cost of each asset less than the threshold
New tax rules for working from home expenses

Shortcut method provides a rate of 80c per hour

  • Just keep a record of hours worked from home
  • Valid for hours between 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020
  • Include the note COVID-hourly rate in your tax return
Backing Business Investment

Time limited 15 month investment incentive

  • through to 30 June 2021
  • Turnover less than $500 million
  • 50% deduction of the cost of eligible assets

Sole Trader with Apprentices

If you are a Sole Trader and you have apprentices, here is what the Government have released up until now.

What am I entitled to?

Assistance to help pay apprentices

50% of the wages paid from January to September

  • Business with less than 20 employees
  • Apprentice in training as at 1 March 2020
  • Eligibility assessed undertaken by an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network provider
Early release of Superannuation

Apply on myGov if:

  • Your business was suspended
  • there was a reduction in your turnover of 20% or more.
Boosting cash flow for employers

Payments equal to 100% of your PAYG Witholdings, with a minimum payment of $10,000 if you:

  • held an ABN on 12 March 2020 and have employees
  • must have completed 2018-2019 tax return (excl. approved deffered entities i.e. bushfire affected entities)
  • credited via the ATO activity statement system after 28 April 2020
  • The minimum credit will be $10,000, even if the amount required to be withheld is zero.
  • Additional cash flow boosts will not be paid until your PAYG withholding exceeds $10,000 over the relevant periods. If they are, then the additional cash flow boosts will be paid in two installments of 50% of the original cash boost payment
  • aggregated turnover under $50 million
  • made eligible payments you are required to withhold from
Backing Business Investment

Time limited 15 month investment incentive

  • through to 30 June 2021
  • Turnover less than $500 million
  • 50% deduction of the cost of eligible assets
JobKeeper Payments

Same conditions as if it was for an employee

Claim a fortnightly $1,500 payment per eligible employee

  • You can register from 20 April 2020
  • Need to register by 30 April for April Payment to be paid in May. The $1500 per fortnight payment must be paid in full to the employee/s by the 8th of May. Alternatively, you have until the 31st of May to register and to be refunded for April and/or May.
  • Each month, you must reconfirm your reported eligible employees.
  • For business that confirm a 30% fall in turnover
  • To work out your fall in turnover, you can compare either:
    • GST turnover for March 2020 with GST turnover for March 2019
    • projected GST turnover for April 2020 with GST turnover for April 2019
    • projected GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2020 with GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2019.

Before enrolling, you need to:

Increased instant asset write-off

Eligibility depends on:

  • aggregated turnover (less than $500 million)
  • date of first use or installation of the asset
  • cost of each asset less than the threshold
New tax rules for working from home expenses

Shortcut method provides a rate of 80c per hour

  • Just keep a record of hours worked from home
  • Valid for hours between 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020
  • Include the note COVID-hourly rate in your tax return

Company with Employees

If you are a Company and you have employees, here is what the Government have released up until now.

What am I entitled to?

JobKeeper Payments

Wages subsidy to keep paying employees

Claim a fortnightly $1,500 payment per eligible employee

  • You can register from 20 April 2020
  • Need to register by 30 April for April Payment to be paid in May. The $1500 per fortnight payment must be paid in full to the employee/s by the 8th of May. Alternatively, you have until the 31st of May to register and to be refunded for April and/or May.
  • Each month, you must reconfirm your reported eligible employees.
  • For business that confirm a 30% fall in turnover
  • To work out your fall in turnover, you can compare either:
    • GST turnover for March 2020 with GST turnover for March 2019
    • projected GST turnover for April 2020 with GST turnover for April 2019
    • projected GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2020 with GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2019.

Before enrolling, you need to:

Boosting cash flow for employers

Payments equal to 100% of your PAYG Witholdings, with a minimum payment of $10,000 if you:

  • held an ABN on 12 March 2020 and have employees
  • must have completed 2018-2019 tax return (excl. approved deffered entities i.e. bushfire affected entities)
  • credited via the ATO activity statement system after 28 April 2020
  • The minimum credit will be $10,000, even if the amount required to be withheld is zero.
  • Additional cash flow boosts will not be paid until your PAYG withholding exceeds $10,000 over the relevant periods. If they are, then the additional cash flow boosts will be paid in two installments of 50% of the original cash boost payment
  • aggregated turnover under $50 million
  • made eligible payments you are required to withhold from
Increased instant asset write-off

Eligibility depends on:

  • aggregated turnover (less than $500 million)
  • date of first use or installation of the asset
  • cost of each asset less than the threshold
New tax rules for working from home expenses

Shortcut method provides a rate of 80c per hour

  • Just keep a record of hours worked from home
  • Valid for hours between 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020
  • Include the note COVID-hourly rate in your tax return
Backing Business Investment

Time limited 15 month investment incentive

  • through to 30 June 2021
  • Turnover less than $500 million
  • 50% deduction of the cost of eligible assets

Company with no Employees

If you are a Company and you do not have employees, here is what the Government have released up until now.

What am I entitled to?

JobKeeper Payments

Wages subsidy under the business participation entitlement

Claim a fortnightly $1,500 payment

  • You can register from 20 April 2020
  • Need to register by 30 April for April Payment to be paid in May. The $1500 per fortnight payment must be paid in full to yourself by the 8th of May. Alternatively, you have until the 31st of May to register and to be refunded for April and/or May.
  • Each month, you must reconfirm your eligiblity
  • For business that confirm a 30% fall in turnover
  • To work out your fall in turnover, you can compare either:
    • GST turnover for March 2020 with GST turnover for March 2019
    • projected GST turnover for April 2020 with GST turnover for April 2019
    • projected GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2020 with GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2019.

Before enrolling, you need to:

Boosting cash flow for employers

Payments equal to 100% of your PAYG Witholdings, with a minimum payment of $10,000 if you:

  • held an ABN on 12 March 2020 and have employees
  • must have completed 2018-2019 tax return (excl. approved deferred entities i.e. bushfire affected entities)
  • credited via the ATO activity statement system after 28 April 2020
  • the minimum credit will be $10,000, even if the amount required to be withheld is zero.
  • additional cash flow boosts will not be paid until your PAYG withholding exceeds $10,000 over the relevant periods. If they are, then the additional cash flow boosts will be paid in two instalments of 50% of the original cash boost payment
  • aggregated turnover under $50 million
  • made eligible payments you are required to withhold from
Early release of Superannuation

Apply on myGov if:

  • Your business was suspended
  • there was a reduction in your turnover of 20% or more.
Increased instant asset write-off

Eligibility depends on:

  • aggregated turnover (less than $500 million)
  • date of first use or installation of the asset
  • cost of each asset less than the threshold
New tax rules for working from home expenses

Shortcut method provides a rate of 80c per hour

  • Just keep a record of hours worked from home
  • Valid for hours between 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020
  • Include the note COVID-hourly rate in your tax return
Backing Business Investment

Time limited 15 month investment incentive

  • through to 30 June 2021
  • Turnover less than $500 million
  • 50% deduction of the cost of eligible assets

Company with Apprentices

If you are a Company and you have apprentices, here is what the Government have released up until now.

What am I entitled to?

Assistance to help pay apprentices

50% of the wages paid from January to September

  • Business with less than 20 employees
  • Apprentice in training as at 1 March 2020
  • Eligibility assessed undertaken by an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network provider
Early release of Superannuation

Apply on myGov if:

  • Your business was suspended
  • there was a reduction in your turnover of 20% or more.
Boosting cash flow for employers

Payments equal to 100% of your PAYG Witholdings, with a minimum payment of $10,000 if you:

  • held an ABN on 12 March 2020 and have employees
  • must have completed 2018-2019 tax return (excl. approved deferred entities i.e. bushfire affected entities)
  • credited via the ATO activity statement system after 28 April 2020
  • the minimum credit will be $10,000, even if the amount required to be withheld is zero.
  • additional cash flow boosts will not be paid until your PAYG withholding exceeds $10,000 over the relevant periods. If they are, then the additional cash flow boosts will be paid in two instalments of 50% of the original cash boost payment
  • aggregated turnover under $50 million
  • made eligible payments you are required to withhold from
Backing Business Investment

Time limited 15 month investment incentive

  • through to 30 June 2021
  • Turnover less than $500 million
  • 50% deduction of the cost of eligible assets
JobKeeper Payments

Same conditions as if it was for an employee

Claim a fortnightly $1,500 payment per eligible employee

  • You can register from 20 April 2020
  • Need to register by 30 April for April Payment to be paid in May. The $1500 per fortnight payment must be paid in full to the employee/s by the 8th of May. Alternatively, you have until the 31st of May to register and to be refunded for April and/or May.
  • Each month, you must reconfirm your reported eligible employees.
  • For business that confirm a 30% fall in turnover
  • To work out your fall in turnover, you can compare either:
    • GST turnover for March 2020 with GST turnover for March 2019
    • projected GST turnover for April 2020 with GST turnover for April 2019
    • projected GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2020 with GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2019.

Before enrolling, you need to:

Increased instant asset write-off

Eligibility depends on:

  • aggregated turnover (less than $500 million)
  • date of first use or installation of the asset
  • cost of each asset less than the threshold
New tax rules for working from home expenses

Shortcut method provides a rate of 80c per hour

  • Just keep a record of hours worked from home
  • Valid for hours between 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020
  • Include the note COVID-hourly rate in your tax return

Trust with Employees

If you are a Trust and you have employees, here is what the Government have released up until now.

What am I entitled to?

JobKeeper Payments

Wages subsidy to keep paying employees

Claim a fortnightly $1,500 payment per eligible employee

  • You can register from 20 April 2020
  • Need to register by 30 April for April Payment to be paid in May. The $1500 per fortnight payment must be paid in full to the employee/s by the 8th of May. Alternatively, you have until the 31st of May to register and to be refunded for April and/or May.
  • Each month, you must reconfirm your reported eligible employees.
  • For business that confirm a 30% fall in turnover
  • To work out your fall in turnover, you can compare either:
    • GST turnover for March 2020 with GST turnover for March 2019
    • projected GST turnover for April 2020 with GST turnover for April 2019
    • projected GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2020 with GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2019.

Before enrolling, you need to:

Boosting cash flow for employers

Payments equal to 100% of your PAYG Witholdings, with a minimum payment of $10,000 if you:

  • held an ABN on 12 March 2020 and have employees
  • must have completed 2018-2019 tax return (excl. approved deferred entities i.e. bushfire affected entities)
  • credited via the ATO activity statement system after 28 April 2020
  • the minimum credit will be $10,000, even if the amount required to be withheld is zero.
  • additional cash flow boosts will not be paid until your PAYG withholding exceeds $10,000 over the relevant periods. If they are, then the additional cash flow boosts will be paid in two instalments of 50% of the original cash boost payment
  • aggregated turnover under $50 million
  • made eligible payments you are required to withhold from
Early release of Superannuation

Apply on myGov if:

  • Your business was suspended
  • there was a reduction in your turnover of 20% or more.
Increased instant asset write-off

Eligibility depends on:

  • aggregated turnover (less than $500 million)
  • date of first use or installation of the asset
  • cost of each asset less than the threshold
New tax rules for working from home expenses

Shortcut method provides a rate of 80c per hour

  • Just keep a record of hours worked from home
  • Valid for hours between 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020
  • Include the note COVID-hourly rate in your tax return
Backing Business Investment

Time limited 15 month investment incentive

  • through to 30 June 2021
  • Turnover less than $500 million
  • 50% deduction of the cost of eligible assets

Trust with no Employees

If you are a Trust and you do not have employees, here is what the Government have released up until now.

What am I entitled to?

JobKeeper Payments

Wages subsidy under the business participation entitlement

Claim a fortnightly $1,500 payment

  • You can register from 20 April 2020
  • Need to register by 30 April for April Payment to be paid in May. The $1500 per fortnight payment must be paid in full to yourself by the 8th of May. Alternatively, you have until the 31st of May to register and to be refunded for April and/or May.
  • Each month, you must reconfirm your eligiblity
  • For business that confirm a 30% fall in turnover
  • To work out your fall in turnover, you can compare either:
    • GST turnover for March 2020 with GST turnover for March 2019
    • projected GST turnover for April 2020 with GST turnover for April 2019
    • projected GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2020 with GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2019.

Before enrolling, you need to:

Boosting cash flow for employers

Payments equal to 100% of your PAYG Witholdings, with a minimum payment of $10,000 if you:

  • held an ABN on 12 March 2020 and have employees
  • must have completed 2018-2019 tax return (excl. approved deferred entities i.e. bushfire affected entities)
  • credited via the ATO activity statement system after 28 April 2020
  • the minimum credit will be $10,000, even if the amount required to be withheld is zero.
  • additional cash flow boosts will not be paid until your PAYG withholding exceeds $10,000 over the relevant periods. If they are, then the additional cash flow boosts will be paid in two instalments of 50% of the original cash boost payment
  • aggregated turnover under $50 million
  • made eligible payments you are required to withhold from
Early release of Superannuation

Apply on myGov if:

  • Your business was suspended
  • there was a reduction in your turnover of 20% or more.
Increased instant asset write-off

Eligibility depends on:

  • aggregated turnover (less than $500 million)
  • date of first use or installation of the asset
  • cost of each asset less than the threshold
New tax rules for working from home expenses

Shortcut method provides a rate of 80c per hour

  • Just keep a record of hours worked from home
  • Valid for hours between 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020
  • Include the note COVID-hourly rate in your tax return
Backing Business Investment

Time limited 15 month investment incentive

  • through to 30 June 2021
  • Turnover less than $500 million
  • 50% deduction of the cost of eligible assets

Trust with Apprentices

If you are a Trust and you have apprentices, here is what the Government have released up until now.

What am I entitled to?

Assistance to help pay apprentices

50% of the wages paid from January to September

  • Business with less than 20 employees
  • Apprentice in training as at 1 March 2020
  • Eligibility assessed undertaken by an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network provider
Boosting cash flow for employers

Payments equal to 100% of your PAYG Withholding, with a minimum payment of $10,000 if you:

  • held an ABN on 12 March 2020 and have employees
  • must have completed 2018-2019 tax return (excl. approved deferred entities i.e. bushfire affected entities)
  • credited via the ATO activity statement system after 28 April 2020
  • the minimum credit will be $10,000, even if the amount required to be withheld is zero.
  • additional cash flow boosts will not be paid until your PAYG withholding exceeds $10,000 over the relevant periods. If they are, then the additional cash flow boosts will be paid in two instalments of 50% of the original cash boost payment
  • aggregated turnover under $50 million
  • made eligible payments you are required to withhold from
Backing Business Investment

Time limited 15 month investment incentive

  • through to 30 June 2021
  • Turnover less than $500 million
  • 50% deduction of the cost of eligible assets
Early release of Superannuation

Apply on myGov if:

  • Your business was suspended
  • there was a reduction in your turnover of 20% or more.
JobKeeper Payments

Same conditions as if it was for an employee

Claim a fortnightly $1,500 payment per eligible employee

  • You can register from 20 April 2020
  • Need to register by 30 April for April Payment to be paid in May. The $1500 per fortnight payment must be paid in full to the employee/s by the 8th of May. Alternatively, you have until the 31st of May to register and to be refunded for April and/or May.
  • Each month, you must reconfirm your reported eligible employees.
  • For business that confirm a 30% fall in turnover
  • To work out your fall in turnover, you can compare either:
    • GST turnover for March 2020 with GST turnover for March 2019
    • projected GST turnover for April 2020 with GST turnover for April 2019
    • projected GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2020 with GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2019.

Before enrolling, you need to:

Increased instant asset write-off

Eligibility depends on:

  • aggregated turnover (less than $500 million)
  • date of first use or installation of the asset
  • cost of each asset less than the threshold
New tax rules for working from home expenses

Shortcut method provides a rate of 80c per hour

  • Just keep a record of hours worked from home
  • Valid for hours between 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020
  • Include the note COVID-hourly rate in your tax return

I am a not for profit organisation

Not-for-profit organisations are also eligible for some reliefs packages.

 

JobKeeper Payments

Wages subsidy to keep paying employees

Claim a fortnightly $1,500 payment per eligible employee

  • You can register from 20 April 2020
  • Need to register by 30 April for April Payment to be paid in May. The $1500 per fortnight payment must be paid in full to the employee/s by the 8th of May. Alternatively, you have until the 31st of May to register and to be refunded for April and/or May.
  • Each month, you must reconfirm your reported eligible employees.
  • For business that confirm a 30% fall in turnover or 15% fall in turnover for ACNC-registered charities, excluding universities and schools.
  • To work out your fall in turnover, you can compare either:
    • GST turnover for March 2020 with GST turnover for March 2019
    • projected GST turnover for April 2020 with GST turnover for April 2019
    • projected GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2020 with GST turnover for the quarter starting April 2019.

Before enrolling, you need to:

Boosting cash flow for employers

Payments equal to 100% of your PAYG Withholding, with a minimum payment of $10,000 if you:

  • held an ABN on 12 March 2020 and have employees
  • must have completed 2018-2019 tax return (excl. approved deferred entities i.e. bushfire affected entities)
  • credited via the ATO activity statement system after 28 April 2020
  • the minimum credit will be $10,000, even if the amount required to be withheld is zero.
  • additional cash flow boosts will not be paid until your PAYG withholding exceeds $10,000 over the relevant periods. If they are, then the additional cash flow boosts will be paid in two instalments of 50% of the original cash boost payment
  • aggregated turnover under $50 million
  • made eligible payments you are required to withhold from
New tax rules for working from home expenses

Shortcut method provides a rate of 80c per hour

  • Just keep a record of hours worked from home
  • Valid for hours between 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020
  • Include the note COVID-hourly rate in your tax return

I am an Employee

Individuals affected by the Corona Virus can access up to $10,000 of their superannuation in 2019-20 and a further $10,000 in 2020-21. You will be able to apply for early release of your superannuation from 20 April 2020.

Job Seeker Payments

If your income has been affected by COVID-19, you may be eligible for income support payments.

  • 16 years old or older at 1 March 2020
  • Currently employed: full-time, part-time or long-term casual as at 1 March 2020 (including if stood down or re-hired)
  • Income under the test limits
  • Meet residence rules
Early release of Superannuation

Apply on myGov if you meet any of the following:

  • Unemployed
  • Eligible to receive job seeker payment
  • After January 2020 you:
    • Were made redundant
    • 20% or more reduction on working hours
New tax rules for working from home expenses

Shortcut method provides a rate of 80c per hour

  • Just keep a record of hours worked from home
  • Valid for hours between 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020
  • Include the note COVID-hourly rate in your tax return
JobKeeper Payments

Wages subsidy to keep payment

  • Claim a fortnightly $1,500 payment per eligible employee.
  • From 30 March 2020
  • Maximum six months
  • Talk to your boss to know if your company is eligible

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