As the end of the financial year draws near, employees begin to ask about their year end payment summary. Here’s some helpful information:
At IQ Accountants, we are experts in our field – tax and accounting. We are choosing to keep to office closed for now and continue working from home during our busiest time of the year.
In a welcomed break from Cashflow Boost, JobKeeper and other stimulus measures – I wanted to share the tools that we’ve been using at the IQ office to help make the work from home situation a little easier.
JobKeeper – something so wonderful that seems so simple but with the multiple eligibility criteria, start date of March 30th and information roll out after that date and continuous changes…….this blog post clarifies some of the questions I’ve been consistently asked.
What a week this week was! Some of the information that I am going to share with you now was provided to me as late as Thursday and in the accountants world (yes, picture thousands of accountants hidden behind screens geeking out about JobKeeper) there is SO MUCH DEBATE about some of these things andContinue reading “JobKeeper – Update”
The Australian Taxation Office is offering some relief options to assist those impacted by the Coronavirus. One of these is that quarterly payers of PAYG Instalment Tax can vary their March quarter down (to NIL) and/or claim a refund of the instalments paid for September and December 2019 quarters. This is PAYGI – this isContinue reading “PAYG Instalment Relief Options Available”
The $10k withdrawal from superannuation has attracted more subscribers than expected. I sat down with SImone Richardson from Henderson Matusch to get her advice about this hardship option for individuals.
The $130b JobKeeper package has been passed – and now we wait again for further information on the practical roll out of the scheme.
The Prime Minister provided an update regarding rent relief for commercial tenancies today.
JOBKEEPER – If you haven’t yet registered, it is important to do so even if you previously thought you weren’t entitled. This blog post explains why.