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Your next project could be eligible for a business grant

Your next project could be eligible for a business grant

Did you know that your business could be eligible for Federal, State and Local Government, and non-government grants and assistance? A business grant can be the big cash injection needed to launch your start up or provide the cash flow that rockets your enterprise to the next stage of growth.

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JobKeeper Payment obligations and the end of mortgage deferrals

JobKeeper Payment obligations and the end of mortgage deferrals

By mid-March we will have reached 12 months of COVID affecting many aspects of our everyday life, from the wider economy and individual businesses’ financial performance to people’s personal finances – in particular managing mortgage repayments. The end of March 2021 signals two significant changes to the financial landscape, the finalisation of both JobKeeper Payment and widescale mortgage deferrals.

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Selling in the time of COVID-19

Selling in the time of COVID-19

A tremendous amount of change has occurred in the buying and selling of products and services in 2020. Significantly, buyers and sellers alike expect many or most of the changes to become business as usual.

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Small business insolvency law reforms

Small business insolvency law reforms

The need to give businesses and their creditors certainty is crucial to kick-starting confidence and activity as the economy begins to recover in the new year from the impacts of COVID-19.

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How does your business thrive in the new normal?

How does your business thrive in the new normal?

The Coronavirus Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Guarantee Scheme has been extended to a second phase. It will continue to support lenders’ ability to provide credit and ensure that SMEs benefit from low interest rates and is available to SMEs, including sole traders and not-for-profits, with a turnover of up to $50 million from 1 October 2020 until 30 June 2021.

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Coronavirus SME Guarantee Scheme – Phase 2

Coronavirus SME Guarantee Scheme – Phase 2

The Coronavirus Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Guarantee Scheme has been extended to a second phase. It will continue to support lenders’ ability to provide credit and ensure that SMEs benefit from low interest rates and is available to SMEs, including sole traders and not-for-profits, with a turnover of up to $50 million from 1 October 2020 until 30 June 2021.

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Financial support for SMEs: Coronavirus SME Guarantee Scheme and extended, expanded Instant Asset Write-Off (IAWO) allowance

Financial support for SMEs: Coronavirus SME Guarantee Scheme and extended, expanded Instant Asset Write-Off (IAWO) allowance

The Australian Government has responded to the negative economic impacts of COVID-19 for SMEs in a number of ways, including the Coronavirus Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Guarantee Scheme and a temporary tax incentive will be available to businesses with up to $5 billion in annual turnover, allowing an immediate write-off the full value of new eligible, depreciable assets of any value.

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