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,…
COVID-19 | Important: JobKeeper Eligibility Dates Updated

COVID-19 | Important: JobKeeper Eligibility Dates Updated

The JobKeeper 1 July eligibility changes are now in effect, which could see staff employed by 1st July now eligible for JobKeeper, an extension from the previous 1st of March reference date. Employers have been given until the end of the month to satisfy the wage condition. The amendments apply from 3 August, the start of JobKeeper…
ATO JobKeeper Audits of Employer Obligations

COVID-19 | Incoming ATO Audits Tipped to Focus on JobKeeper, Employer Obligations

JobKeeper audits are expected to go on for two years, while the ATO’s scrutiny of employer obligations is set to continue over the next 12 months, says one audit insurance provider. Accountancy Insurance director Roman Kaczynski noted that while ATO audit activity is significantly down on previous years due to COVID-19, JobKeeper reviews have continued…
Small Business Owner on the phone and computer looking for help during COVID-19

COVID-19 | What Now? Where to Get Help If You Need It

Help for Business JobKeeper 2.0 The Government has announced further changes to the JobKeeper scheme. The good news is that employees that missed out on JobKeeper because they were not employed on 1 March 2020 might now be eligible. The proposed changes would enable employees employed on 1 July 2020 to receive JobKeeper payments from…
JobKeeper 2.0 The New Requirements

COVID-19 | JobKeeper 2.0 The New Requirements

Between April to May 2020, JobKeeper was taken up by 920,000 organisations and around 3.5million individuals – 30% of pre-Coronavirus private sector employment.   There have been a number of Government announcements on JobKeeper that impact on business and employee eligibility. Employees that previously failed the JobKeeper eligibility test as they were not employed on…
JOBKEEPER 2.0 ANNOUNCEMENT

COVID-19 | JobKeeper 2.0 Client Guide

“We will do what is practically needed” – Prime Minister Scott Morrison The second tranche of the JobKeeper scheme changes the eligibility test for employers and the method and amount paid to employees. If your business currently receives JobKeeper, your arrangements will generally remain unchanged until 27 September 2020. From 28 September 2020, employers seeking to…
Imminent Workplace & ATO Targets for 2021

Imminent Workplace & ATO Targets for 2021

What’s changing on 1 July? Company tax rate reduces to 26% for base rate entities $150k instant asset write-off scheduled to reduce back to $1,000 for small business entities and will no longer be available for entities with aggregated annual turnover of $10m or more, although accelerated depreciation rules apply to certain entities until 30…
JobKeeper to address service entities: Josh Frydenberg

COVID-19 | Special Purpose Service Entities Now Included in JobKeeper Scheme

Corporate groups that employ staff in a service entity will now be included in the JobKeeper scheme under a yet-to-be-announced alternate decline in turnover test. Revealed by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg on Friday night, the government will now provide an alternate decline in turnover test for the eligibility of special purpose service entities that provide employee…
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