Budget

TaxWise Individual News – April 2021

Our latest TaxWise Individual newsletter is now available. COVID-19 measures: How you might be affected, Stimulus vouchers: How to report this in your tax, Investment incentives: What’s changed? Do you use trading stock for private purposes, vehicle registrations: data-matching, the fight against tax crime, PAYG instalments Download your copy now. PrincipleFocus-TaxWise®-News-Individual-April-2021-1-1Download

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Is your business eligible for JobMaker payments?

The JobMaker Hiring Credit scheme is designed to encourage businesses to employ additional young jobseekers aged 16-35 years. The hiring credit subsidises an increase in employee headcount. Eligible employers can receive the hiring credit for up to 12 months for each eligible employee engaged between 7 October 2020 and 6 October 2021. Registration for the…

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NSW Budget 2020-21

The NSW budget champions a business-led recovery, supporting businesses to grow, invest and create jobs in their local communities.  Highlights for Business Payroll tax thresholds and cuts:  The payroll tax threshold will be increased to $1.2 million with the rate of payroll tax lowered from 5.45 to 4.85 per cent for the next two years.…

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Budget 2020

We were quietly hoping for something really ground-breaking with this year's budget. Given all that has happened this year the government were in a strong position to deliver some (desperately needed) tax reform and provide some vision for a better Australia.  As Churchill stated: “Never let a good crisis go to waste”. This budget has…

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Federal Government Announces Additional $2 Billion For Drought Loans

Key points An additional $2 billion announced for the RIC’s drought-related loansApplications for interest-free loan terms will close 30 SeptemberApplications received after 30 September will still have record low interest ratesAgriStarter Loan applications will open from 1 January 2021An additional $50 million in RIC operational funding to deliver more loans The additional funding is in…

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Budget Summary – Peter Debus

  Budget Summary 10 May 2017  Peter Debus 2017-18 Federal Budget: $29.4bn deficit in 2017-18; working towards a surplus of $7.4bn in 2021 on the back of an improving economy; housing affordability package; increased Medicare levy and bank tax; substantial infrastructure program including inland rail project and regional infrastructure. Overview This Budget continues the intent…

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