The Australian Federal Government has made significant changes to one of its grant programs in an attempt to help SMEs and startups increase cash flow.
As daily changes affect everyone in various ways during the COVID-19 crisis, what can small business owners do to ensure they’re keeping their focus on the future?
Both Federal and State Governments have announced a range of stimulus measures available for companies in the wake of COVID-19.
The Federal Government has unveiled an unprecedented $130 billion program to subsidise wages for employees during the COVID-19 crisis.
Business owners will be relieved to hear of further measures to support them through the COVID-19 lockdown, with the Government expected to announce ways to help businesses ‘hibernate’.
The Government has announced several stimulus initiatives to support businesses during the COVID-19 lockdown, but what’s in there for sole traders or self-employed workers? We asked a local chartered accountant, Joe Kaleb, for his insight.
State and federal governments have been unveiling stimulus packages in an attempt to throw their economies a lifeline as the coronavirus pandemic unfolds.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced the expansion of economic stimulus in response to the COVID-19 crisis, including the introduction of regulatory protection measures for businesses.
Due to be announced today, the Government’s $17 billion stimulus package will include tax breaks and subsidies for small businesses over the next four years, including a massive expansion of the Instant Asset Tax Write-off.