ONLINE Webinar Session
7 September // 1:00PM
In the 2020-21 Federal Budget, the Government announced the introduction of a new JobMaker Hiring Credit to stimulate job
creation. This webinar helps you understand your eligibility for JobMaker credits so you can take appropriate steps to avoid missing
out on payments from the ATO.
In this practical webinar we help you identify arrangements at risk of triggering significant superannuation guarantee liabilities and explore the steps to minimise that risk. This is an issue that is not going away any time soon.
This webinar looks at the common issues that arise in connection with lease arrangements and the special rules that are aimed directly at tenants and landlords. We also look at specific issues that arise when lease arrangements are adjusted in response to the impact of COVID-19.
Our payroll refresher webinar will cover an overview of Xero’s payroll function. We’ll touch on new features, tips and tricks, auto superannuation, and finish with a demonstration of finalising and submitting Single Touch Payroll (STP) reporting at year-end.
An effective business planning process gets to the heart and soul of your business.
This session will require you to take time out from day to day activities in the business to focus on the business. Together we’ll review your past performance and clarify your future direction.
Core Values are the essence of a company’s identity; they support the vision and shape the culture of an organisation. Core Values cannot be plagiarised and made to fit an organisation. They need to be developed from within to be authentic to your company and your team.
The JobKeeper subsidy represents the largest single stimulus initiative ever offered to Australian business. A payment of $1,500 per fortnight for each eligible employee for a period of up to 6 months is a massive underwrite of the Australian economy and already hundreds of thousands of businesses have registered their interest to participate in the scheme. Under this scheme many businesses will be receiving tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars over the six-month period. You cannot afford to get this wrong.
How do you manage cashflow during the best of times? What about during the worst of times?
With the economy tipping GFC point due to the coronavirus outbreak, the harsh impact is felt directly by small business. So how do you ride the waves during economic changes?
It is essential that every business has a plan for dealing with the fallout from this pandemic.
A plan will give you peace of mind and clarity for decision-making for the future of your business, and ensure you access Government support entitlements and maximise opportunities to preserve your cashflow and profitability.