Important JobKeeper Changes

The JobKeeper Payment has been in the news again with further tweaks being announced late last week.  It’s important that businesses understand these proposed changes and the impact they may have on your business in the 2020/21 financial year.

In particular:

  • The amendments to the eligibility tests for the JobKeeper extension; and
  • The amendment to the eligible employee date – now 1 July 2020

There are a number of things you should be considering now.

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Government Announces JobKeeper Extension & Changes

Yesterday the Government announced their plan for the winding back of the JobKeeper program.  The impact of the program finishing abruptly on the 27th September has been a talking point in business circles for quite some time now, especially with the rise of COVID-19 infections in the eastern states.  The changes announced will hopefully assist businesses to prepare for the end of the program and plan their future with some certainty.

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Tax Planning Tips for the 2020 Financial Year

As we approach the end of the financial year it’s a good time to start thinking about what you could do to minimise your tax liability.

We have prepared a summary of our tax planning tips for the 2020 financial year. Some of the items covered need to be actioned ahead of 30 June. Other items that are not necessary to complete ahead of 30 June, but are worth considering over the next couple of months.

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JobKeeper Update and Reminders

The JobKeeper program has now been in operation for almost two months and whilst there has been a lot of media around the program and how long it will remain in place, the Government has stated that it will not be extended past the current end date of 27 September 2020. There will be a review undertaken at the end of June and we expect that we may see some changes once the review is completed.

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Land Tax

Registration of land holdings with RevenueSA

With the changes to land tax that come into effect from midnight 30 June 2020, RevenueSA is verifying the information they have for your land holdings in South Australia. The recent changes also introduced new requirements about what information you need to provide RevenueSA in relation to your land holdings.

RevenueSA has started this process by sending letters to corporate land holders regarding the information they require about land they have identified that the company has an interest in.   As per the letter, you are required to login to the ReveueSA Online portal to review and confirm your land holdings information that they have recorded is correct.  We understand that corporate land holders have been sent the letters either as a single land holder (including as a trustee company) or as the head of a group of related corporations.

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