Witten Partners remains open during this very challenging time. We are adapting to the constantly changing circumstances. We have recommenced face to face meetings, however we are also offering online meetings if preferred. We will continue to help and guide our clients through these challenging times whether it be from our normal office or a remote location.
JobKeeper 2.0 - Changes and updates.
NSW Recovery Grant available from 01/07/2020. Up to $3000 to meet the costs of safely reopening or up-scaling operations.
HomeBuilder Fact sheet
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The JobKeeper Alternative Turnover test. Use this if you are new to business or have different circumstances.
If your business has experienced a 30% drop in revenue, you may be entitled to the JobKeeper Payment.
JobKeeper Payment - Summary and initial analysis
+ If you are a commercial landlord or tenant you will need to know about the commercial leasing principles code of conduct.
+ If you are an employer you may be entitled to Boosting Cash Flow for Employers.
+ If you employ apprentices and/or trainees you may be entitled to Supporting apprentices and trainee benefits.
+ If you are a business who doesn't employ, or an individual who has lost their income you may be entitled to Increased and Accelerated Income Support.
+ If you are a sole trader utilise this resource.
+ Early Access to Superannuation.
Along with the above Federal Measures, the NSW State Government has announced they will be providing the following support:
· $450 million for the waiver of payroll tax for businesses with payrolls of up to $10 million for three months (the rest of 2019-20). This means these businesses will save a quarter of their annual payroll tax bill in 2019-20.
· $56 million to bring forward the next round of payroll tax cuts by raising the threshold limit to $1 million in 2020-21;
· $80 million to waive a range of fees and charges for small businesses including bars, cafes, restaurants and trades;
Information on the rights and obligations of employers and employees in regard to standing down of employees.