The Land Tax Assistance for Landlords program helps compensate landlords who support small business tenants who have been financially affected by the coronavirus pandemic - read our FAQs (as at 15 September 2020).
While small business is often an alternative to working for someone else, starting a business while still employed can be an attractive option.
The COVID-19 emergency period will end in September 2020, along with some financial support. How will you prepare your business?
Behind on super payments to your employees? The ATO's amnesty on unpaid superannuation will allow you to catch up on these payments without penalty until 7 September 2020.
The Australian Government announced an updated economic stimulus package to support the economy during coronavirus. Here are the stimulus details so far (as at 23 July 2020).
The new JobKeeper Payment announced on 30 March aims to help businesses who have been affected by COVID-19 keep paying employees, this includes people who are self-employed. Here are some key points about eligibility (as at 23 July 2020).
The Australian Banking Association has announced new loan deferral arrangements for small businesses affected by coronavirus (as at 13 July 2020).
The ATO has made it easier for people who worked from home during the coronavirus pandemic to claim a deduction for home office expenses.