JobKeeper 2.0 - The Details

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JobKeeper 2.0 - The Details


To access JobKeeper payments from 28 September 2020, there are three questions that need to be assessed:

  • Is my business eligible?
  • Am I and/or my employees eligible? and
  • What JobKeeper rate applies?


We’ve summarised the key details in this update.

NOTE: Click here for details on the Alternative Tests.

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