Please click on the following links to access a wide range of Covid-19 related guidelines and resources for both Federal and State Government initiatives. Once done, click on the X (top right) to close the article and you'll return to this list. NB: Internet links are often altered by the source which means some of the following might not link properly. Ongoing testing is done to try and ensure this problem is minimised.
- Boosting cash flow for employers. Read more ....
- Increase in asset write-off from $30,000 to $150,000. See Backing Business Development - Fact Sheet: Delivering support for business investment
- How the ATO reviews Jobkeeper applications. Read more ....
- Click here for the latest coronavirus news, updates and advice from government agencies across Australia.
- Treasury Fact Sheets on Covid-19 relief measures. Originally there were 4, then 12. Now there are 21. Click here to access them all.
- Scam Watch Update. Read more about the increasing number of scams that have emerged since the Coronavirus outbreak.
State Government relief programs:
- NSW - Relief for NSW Small Business
- Queensland - Information and assistance for business and industry
- Victoria - Tax relief for eligible businesses
- Victoria - Business support fund
- Western Australia - COVID-19 relief
- Tasmania - COVID-19 Tax update
- ACT - Covid-19
- South Australia - COVID19 Relief Measures
Stage 3 - $130 billion relief package New Facts Sheets
- Breakdown of Federal Government Covid-19 support. Click here.
- Australian Government - Economic Response to the Coronavirus
- 12 Treasury Fact Sheets on Covid-19 relief measures. Click here.
- Articles and Updates in other Latest News articles including:
- Stage 3 - Covid-19 $1.1billion Domestic Violence, Medicare and Mental Health.
- Stage 2 - Covid-19 - $66 billion stimulus package.
- Stage 1 - Covid-19 Update - Small Business
- Stage 1 - PM launches $17.6 billion virus stimulus plan
- Scam Watch Covid - 19 Scam Watch
- 8 essential steps if your business is in distress
- Directors’ duties in uncertain financial times