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A summary of the big announcements from the 2021 Federal Budget.
With many of our clients now having a myGov account, we thought it worthwhile to recap on the interaction between myGov and the way in which ATO communications are streamed between you and us.
Employers now have more incentive to employ workers under 35 with the JobMaker Hiring credit legislation recently becoming law.
A summary of the big announcements from the 2020 Federal Budget
The final rules for the extension of JobKeeper were handed down by Treasury last week, with further guidance to be released before the end of this month.
This week is the last chance for employers to use the super guarantee amnesty to catch up on past unpaid super, without incurring a penalty (of up to 200%) or paying administration fees.
On 7 August 2020, announcements were made which have an immediate impact on the remaining period of the original JobKeeper scheme.
The Queensland Government is extending the Small Business COVID-19 Adaption Grant Program.
The Instant Asset Write-Off Scheme was due to end on 30 June 2020, however the Government has announced that it will now remain in place until 31 December 2020.
The COVID-19 restrictions have seen a significant proportion of society working from home and, for some people, it has been their first time doing so. These arrangements have also opened the door for work-from-home tax claims.
Explanatory materials were released by Treasury in relation to the JobKeeper payment that has now been passed into law. The explanatory material clarifies many key aspects of the regime.