Coronavirus Shut Downs and Slow Downs.
The biggest issue facing small business.
Are you a business owner, Company, Trust, Partnership or Sole Trader, payroll or finance manager, employee interested in JobKeeper?
Has your business had or likely to have a decline in turnover of greater than 30%?
In this free webinar, tax specialist from Southern Business Solutions explains basic entitlements during the Coronavirus pandemic.
We are living through times that are constantly unfolding and uniquely unprecedented. This webinar will offer you a clear path in order to navigate the days, weeks and months ahead.
Those that missed this event for any employer or employee that is interested in understanding the incentives available for business you can still Join us for this free 1-hour webinar by using the links below. Feel free to forward this article to any friends, family or business owners that may need to get some information about JobKeeper and other incentives.
Topics we will talk about:
- Summary of COVID19 incentives
- JobKeeper Package – what you need to know in more detail
- The SA Government packages $10,000 Cash Grant and others
- What you NEED to do before the end of April to maximise your incentives
If you missed the Webinar or need to catch up:
Click on the below links for the Power Point Presentation and Audio for the Exclusive Webinar held on 27th April 2020.
(Note: You will need to open two pages to follow along with the Power Point Presentation and Audio at the same time)
JobKeeper Webinar 27 April 2020 Power Point Presentation Only
JobKeeper Webinar Audio only 27 April 2020 Audio Only
Update: At the time of recording, employers needed to pay JobKeeper fortnights 1 and 2 before the 30th of April 2020.
The ATO has just announced while recording the webinar an extension of time of which employers need to pay JobKeeper fortnights 1 and 2 until 8 May 2020.
However, under this new announcement, a further extension has been granted until 8 May 2020 providing employers with additional time to ensure they have paid each eligible employee $3,000 for JobKeeper fortnights 1 and 2.
As a warning, employers must be aware that, despite the fact they can now pay their employees as late as 8 May 2020 and still be eligible for JobKeeper Payments for fortnights 1 and 2, they are still required to pay their employees a further $1,500 by 10 May 2020 in relation JobKeeper fortnight 3 (which ends on the same date). At this current time, no extension to this date has been announced, and it would be unwise for employers to anticipate that there will be an extension for fortnight 3.
Please contact our office if you have any further questions or queries.
Southern Business Solutions
Ph: 8186 8444