The Federal Government has recently announced a new wage subsidy of up to $28,000 (per employee), paid in $7,000 per quarter over 12 months, aimed at business owners that have recently (within the last 3 months) employed new apprentices or trainees. Your business may be eligible for the subsidy if: you engage an Australian Apprentice between 5 October 2020 and … Read More
You’ll have an extra step to take if you have new employees who start from 1 November 2021 and they don’t choose a super fund. Katie, Account Manager at 542 Partners, takes you through the changes you need to know. As always, our team are here to help. If you would like assistance or have a question, get in touch.
The NSW Government has announced the reintroduction of the National Cabinet’s Mandatory Code of Conduct for Commercial Leasing to mandate rent relief for eligible tenants impacted by COVID-19. The Regulation applies to commercial and retail tenants with a turnover of up to $50 million who qualify for the COVID-19 Microbusiness grant, COVID-19 Business Grant or JobSaver Payment. Relief for … Read More
An increase to the superannuation guarantee (SG) is set to go ahead from 1 July which will see the base rate rise from 9.5 per cent to 10 per cent. Kurtis from 542 Partners breaks down what Employers should consider doing before the end of the financial year in preparation for the super rate increase.
The Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) year ends on 31 March, which means the ATO looks closely at whether or not every employer who should be paying FBT is, and whether they are paying the right amount. To assist, we’ve outlined the ATO ‘red flags’ for employers and employees when it comes to FBT. Download our FBT 2021 PDF
The Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) year ends on 31 March, which means the ATO looks closely at whether or not every employer who should be paying FBT is, and whether they are paying the right amount. To assist, we’ve outlined the ATO ‘red flags’ for employers and employees when it comes to FBT. Download FBT client Questionnaire 2021 form.
The 2021-22 Federal Budget is a balancing act between a better than anticipated deficit ($106 bn), an impending election, and the need to invest in the long term. Key initiatives include: Extension of temporary full expensing and loss-carry back providing immediate deductions for business investment in capital assets Introduction of a ‘patent box’ offering tax concessions on income derived from … Read More