On Tuesday 24 November, Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas handed down the 2020-2021 State Budget (the Budget).
About AFS Bendigo
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud AFS Bendigo contributed a whooping 207 entries.
Entries by AFS Bendigo
The Small Business Digital Adaptation Program will allow eligible businesses to trial and then receive access to digital products, tools and training to build digital capability in their day-to-day operations.
When thinking of an investment property, your first thought probably isn’t an empty block of land. But did you know that there are many advantages to building an investment property? Not only can you build the property to be fit-for-purpose, there are long-term financial benefits that can boost your cash flow.
The Federal Government’s JobMaker Hiring Credit scheme has officially passed Parliament, providing incentive for employers to increase their staff headcount and hire new workers.
The Fair Work Commission (FWC) announced earlier this year that there would be an increase to the minimum wage in Australia, coming into effect on three different dates for different groups of industry awards. The minimum wage has been increased to $753.80 per week or $19.84 per hour, an increase of 1.75%. This constitutes an […]
COVID-19 delayed the usual Federal Budget May delivery to the start of October, with Treasurer Josh Frydenburg announcing it as the “jobs budget”, aiming to secure Australia’s future. In one of the most important Budgets in Australian history, it focuses heavily on job creation, infrastructure, asset write-offs and personal tax cuts.
The Government has delivered the delayed 2020-21 Federal Budget (Budget) with Treasurer Josh Frydenberg announcing it as the “jobs budget”, aiming to secure Australia’s economic recovery.
Cyber attacks are a constant threat for businesses, however, the COVID-19 pandemic even further heightened this threat and emphasised the importance of cyber security for directors.
The government has outlined alternative eligibility tests for the JobKeeper Payment Scheme for businesses that don’t fit into the standard turnover test from 28 September.
The JobKeeper scheme has been extended from 28 September 2020 until 28 March 2021. To receive the new JobKeeper Payments from 28 September 2020, the eligibility will be based on actual turnover change rather than projected change which was used when businesses first applied.