Farmers have applauded the federal government’s decision to extend its $150,000 instant asset investment write-off offer until December after many businesses highlighted the previous deadline was too short to make practical use of the incentive.
The objective of this program is to support small businesses subject to closure or highly impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) shutdown restrictions announced by the Queensland Government, to adapt and sustain their operations, and build resilience.
⚠️ The ATO is receiving reports of scammers pretending to be from the ATO calling members of the public and asking them to provide their bank account details. They are saying that their employer has registered them for JobKeeper, but that the ATO needs their bank account details to deposit the funds into their account. Do not provide the information requested. If you are unsure if an ATO call is legitimate, hang up and phone 1800 008 540 to check.
Carrick Aland has been approved as professional service providers in Western Downs Regional Council’s Business Recovery Planning Initiative. Businesses operating for-profit and located in the WDRC Local Government Area will be eligible to apply for funding for a COVID-19 business recovery consultation session. Apply now.
Nominate a farmer for the prestigious Farmer of the Year Award! Farmers across the country are encouraged to nominate in the Kondinin Group and ABC Rural 2020 Australian Farmer of the Year Awards.