For export businesses requiring financial support during the Covid-19 period. Read More Source: Australian Government https://www.exportfinance.gov.au/
The economic impacts of the Coronavirus and health measures to prevent its spread could see many otherwise profitable and viable businesses temporarily face financial distress. It is important that these businesses have a safety net to make sure that when the crisis has passed they can resume normal business operations. One element of that safety […]
Overview: key stimulus subsidies and tax breaks across the country
Courtesy of the Bankwest Curtin Economic Centre. Undertanding the Jobkeeper Package. Tomorrow the $130 billion JobKeeper package will be introduced into the Australian Parliament. This is one of the most significant pieces of policy in Australia’s history.
It is essential that we know who will be impacted and how, and whether adjustments can and should be made to make the package more inclusive and equitable. Read More…
The Australian Government is backing business investment with a 15 month time limited investment incentive to support business investment and economic growth over the short-term by accelerating depreciation deductions, and encouraging a stronger economic recovery following the Coronavirus outbreak.. Read more …
Provides a a summary of the COVID-19 superannuation update which was part of the Government’s second stimulus announcement
The South West Region of Western Australia has a range of exciting investment opportunities based on an abundance of natural resources and human capabilities. Read more.
Links and information about the Civid-19 crisis and what support is available to businesses and individuals
On 30 March, the Government announced the $130 billion JobKeeper Payment to help keep Australians in jobs as we deal with the significant economic impact from the Coronavirus. This brings the Government’s total support for the economy to $320 billion across the forward estimates, representing 16.4 per cent of annual GDP. Read more.
Latest information and advice for business and industry regarding COVID-19 coronavirus. Read more.
We offer a range of webinars for small businesses that are designed to help you, to make managing your tax and super responsibilities easier. They will show you how to use our online tools, where to find other services and resources to help and support your business and free-up valuable time for you to spend on your business, not on your books. In response to the Australian Government’s announcement advising against holding non-essential gatherings, our face-to-face workshops are currently on hold. However; in the meantime, you can register for an online webinar. Webinar topics include tax essentials, good record-keeping and employer essentials.
As businesses feel and start to assess the impact of the coronavirus taking into consideration factors such as falling demand, diminished workforce mobility and leaner supply chains, we have put together latest economic insights, ideas and resources to help you navigate the outbreak’s fallout.
This Resource provides up to date information on Job Keeper Payments for Employers and how to Access Super Annuation, how to set up a MyGov account advice for Employers.
The Government’s economic response to support households and business through the period ahead is designed to support businesses in managing short-term cash flow challenges, provide support to individuals, severely affected communities and regions, to ensure the continued flow of credit in the Australian economy and to ensure that employers can maintain connections with employees during this difficult period.1. Support for BusinessesJobKeeper PaymentOn 30 March
Financial support from Com Bank in uncertian times
Covid-19 support for Business Customers