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.
The advent of a global pandemic in COVID-19 has been a shocking event in many ways, more obviously from a health perspective. COVID-19 is clearly a highly dangerous virus for those over 70 and those with existing health conditions. Having said that there have also been cases of people who are both relatively young and…
Please review our summary of economic stimulus as each currently stands and contact Carrick Aland to discuss further your options and what may be available for you. We have outlined details for 13 Federal and State Government initiatives.
Are you concerned about your Social Security (and Department of Veterans’ Affairs) pensions and other income support benefits due to the Coronavirus situation? Recent changes in the value of your investments due to market movements may increase your social security entitlements, or you may become eligible for a benefit.
Since the release of the Coronavirus stimulus package there has been some clarification of several measures and a number of further announcements which seek to extend assistance to more people who have been impacted.
As the coronavirus impacts our country and our way of life, we’re not only helping farm and business owners to endure the COVID-19 crisis; we’re future planning with families and businesses to thrive beyond it.
The Qld Government has announced extra tax relief for Queensland pubs and clubs who are impacted by the new measures introduced in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis.
If you work from home right now, remember to keep records and receipts for your home office expenses, along with a record of the hours you work from home. Keeping good records now will help to get your deductions right at tax time. The ATO has a PDF poster you can download to help understand what you can claim.
It is understandable that during times like this, people may be feeling afraid, worried, anxious and overwhelmed by the constantly changing alerts and media coverage regarding the spread of the virus. While it is important to stay informed, we outline some mental health and wellbeing tips and strategies to continue looking after ourselves and each other during these difficult times.
Find the latest coronavirus information, grants and support in your state or territory.
Find out about your workplace entitlements and obligations if you’re affected by the outbreak of COVID-19, including information about stand downs from work, working arrangements impacted by school closures, and pay and sick leave entitlements.
The Government has increased its stimulus package to businesses and not-for-profits that have employees. State School P&Cs will qualify if they had employees at the 12th March 2020.
FACTSHEET: The Queensland Government $500 million COVID-19 Jobs Support Loans scheme is being provided to assist Queensland businesses and non-profit organisations financially impacted by COVID-19 retain employees and maintain their operations.
The Government is providing cash flow assistance for eligible businesses in the form of two separate measures. The following is a broad summary of the key aspects of the stimulus package in response to the Coronavirus, as recently announced and enacted.
Various income support for individuals measures have been introduced so as to provide a ‘safety net’ for individuals who are financially impacted by the Coronavirus.
To help with cash flow pressures during the coronavirus epidemic, the Commonwealth Government has made available an additional $550 per person per fortnight eligible for Farm Household Allowance as part of the updated economic stimulus package. We urge you to call us now on 07 4669 9800 to check your eligibility and for help with the application.
The Commonwealth Government yesterday released the second stage of its stimulus plan to cushion the economic impact of the coronavirus and help build a bridge to recovery. A total of $189 billion is being injected into the economy by all arms of Government in order to keep Australians in work and businesses in business.