If your company has made a loss, you may be eligible to claim a tax refund for tax previously paid on profits.
Here is what we know so far regarding the JobMaker hiring credit announcement made at the release of the 2020-21 Federal Budget.
EnVision Partners is very pleased to announce that our team continues to grow!
Not one, but two new staff have joined our ranks in July 2020.
We are delighted to be able to introduce them to you and officially welcome them to the EnVision family.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is cracking down on fraudulent claims for JobKeeper and Early Release of Superannuation (ERS). Businesses have an obligation to take reasonable steps to document their applications. JobKeeper payments are not “free money” and the COVID-19 early release of super scheme only applies to those adversely financially effected.
Today the Fair Work Commission (Commission) has handed down its yearly decision on the National Minimum Wage.
Round 2 | Opening 1 July 2020 The Queensland Government is extending the Small Business COVID-19 Adaption Grant Program. As part of Stage 2 of Queensland’s Economic Recovery Strategy – Unite and Recover for Queensland Jobs, up to $100 million is being made available to deliver a second round of grants, with half of this […]
The Below Article was written by the Knowledge Shop The Government has announced grants of $25,000 to encourage people to build a new home or substantially renovate their existing home. The HomeBuilder scheme targets the residential construction market by providing tax-free grants of $25,000 to eligible owner-occupiers, including first home buyers, to build a new […]
Apply now for the Western Downs Business Recovery Planning Program Over the past few months, COVID 19 has impacted how businesses are operating now and into the future. As we manage our businesses through this time, the impacts of COVID 19 may be highlighting areas where your business may need some focus or where you […]
“Western Downs Regional Council has unveiled a major stimulus package to secure and create jobs, energize the economy, and support the region through the COVID-19 health crisis.”
On the 12 March 2020 The Morrison Government announced a $17.6 billion economic plan to keep Australians in jobs, keep businesses in business and support households and the Australian economy as the world deals with the significant challenges posed by the spread of the coronavirus.