There are some changes coming that all employers need to be aware of. These include the reopening of NSW, the next phase of Single Touch Payroll, minimum wage increases for some industries and changes to paying super for an employee who doesn’t provide details of their super fund.
Have you considered setting up your own charity to give back to your community? There are a number of reasons why you might want to:
The NSW Public Health Orders have created significant challenges for many businesses across the state that have either been forced to close or have experienced a substantial decline in demand. The 2021 COVID-19 Business Grant (“the Grant”) will provide short-term cash flow support for affected businesses until the new JobSaver scheme commences.
Recently the NSW Government has announced a support package for those impacted by the recent COVID-19 restrictions. Here is what we know so far.
It’s nearly 1 July again! If you have employees, there are a few changes you need to be aware of. We’ve provided a summary below, however, please feel free to reach out to your usual contact at Addison Partners or call our HR Specialist, Debbie Innes on 02 4995 7300.
Building a small business can be both exciting and challenging. Being on the tools, quoting new jobs, growing and managing your team, keeping an eye on cash flow and everything in between, makes for a busy life as an entrepreneur.
According to the ATO, over 30,000 Self Managed Super Funds (SMSF) are set up yearly showing a growing trend of Australians wanting to have more of a choice over how they invest for retirement. A major driver of this is Australians who want to invest in specific properties of their choosing.
The 2021-22 Federal Budget is focused on recovery and rebuilding as the Australian economy transitions from the drastic impact of COVID-19.
With so many businesses and individuals severely impacted by COVID-19, and more recently the Northern NSW devastating floods we have put together a list of grants, rebates, loans and payments available to help you get back on your feet.
We Australians love property, don’t we? But why is this the case?