Jeremy Hirschhorn of ATO Announced $120m clawback of jobkeeper

ATO Claws Back $120m in JobKeeper with New Complaince Areas in Focus

About $120 million in JobKeeper payments have been recovered by the ATO due to businesses making deliberate or reckless mistakes, as fresh guidance on its JobKeeper extension compliance focus lands. Fronting a Senate Estimates hearing on Tuesday, ATO second commissioner Jeremy Hirschhorn said $200 million in payments had been stopped permanently, with another $100 million…
Small Business Owner unhappy as he misses out on loss carry back

Small Business Shut Out From Loss Carry Back

Thousands of small businesses are set to miss out on accessing the temporary loss carry back provisions due to its limitation to corporate entities. The National Tax and Accountants’ Association has now written to Treasurer Josh Frydenberg to call for the expansion of the loss carry back provisions to non-corporate entities such as sole traders, partnerships and trusts.…
JobKeeper: The Next Steps

JobKeeper: The Next Steps

The first tranche of JobKeeper ended on 27 September 2020. We look at the issues for those seeking to qualify for the second tranche of JobKeeper and for those no longer eligible. Wrapping Up JobKeeper If your business is no longer eligible for JobKeeper payments, there are a few things you need to do: Advise…
AustralianTaxation Office BAS Form

New JobKeeper 2.0 Rule Removes ‘Smorgasbord’ of Attribution Options

The new rules regarding the basis of accounting that an entity is required to use in calculating actual GST turnover for JobKeeper 2.0 could now throw up fresh issues for businesses. The Tax Commissioner’s determination issued on Wednesday has now set out that supplies must be allocated to a period on a GST reporting basis,…
Small Business Support Centre Launches in Newcastle NSW

Small Business Support Centre Launches in Newcastle

The Business Centre will be able to help even more businesses struggling under COVID-19, via the Small Business Recovery Centre, which was launched earlier this month. Thanks to the support of the City of Newcastle, The Small Business Support Centre for six months will offer much needed support to businesses wishing to bounce back. CEO…
The ATO has extended its relaxed approach to pay-as-you-go instalment variations to the new financial year, with businesses urged to undertake a first-quarter check-up

ATO Extends Relaxed Approach to PAYG Instalment Variations to New Financial Year

The ATO has extended its relaxed approach to pay-as-you-go instalment variations to the new financial year, with businesses urged to undertake a first-quarter check-up. In light of the ongoing impacts of COVID-19, the ATO has announced that it will not apply penalties or interest for excessive PAYG variations in the 2020–21 financial year, continuing its approach…
ATO assistant commissioner Sylvia Gallagher

ATO kicks off ‘soft’ debt collection restart

The ATO has launched a soft restart of its debt and lodgement activities as it looks to re-engage with businesses. Apart from Victoria, where businesses are working towards a staged reopening plan, the ATO has begun reaching out to businesses in other parts of the country as part of its debt intervention activity restart after such…
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