Revenue South Australia has released information concerning Land Tax Relief for landlords.
Revenue NSW has released applications for Land Tax Relief.
Business Queensland has updated its website in respect of annual lodgers for payroll tax.
Northern Territory Government has announced an extension of payroll tax deferrals until 21 September 2020 as well as updating some guidelines.
Revenue NSW has expanded its six-month payroll tax deferral from businesses with grouped wages over $10 million to all businesses.
ACT Revenue Office has released a payroll tax deferral form.
The Victorian Government has announced that the eligibility criteria for this fund will be expanded to include businesses with a wages bill less than the payroll tax threshold of $650,000 that are participating in the Commonwealth Government’s JobKeeper program.
The ATO has updated its guidance in relation to the exclusions and limits concerning the instant asset write-off.
The ATO has released the Law Companion Ruling LCR 2020/1 concerning the decline in turnover test.
The ATO has updated its eligibility criteria for temporary skilled work visa holders.
The ATO has provided guidance to those businesses that don’t meet the general eligibility criteria. They have provided a range of guidance for special eligibility rules. These include new businesses, entities not registered for GST, multiple branches, GST joint ventures and others.
The ATO has released the Practical Compliance Guideline PCG 2020/4 concerning schemes in relation to the JobKeeper payment.
The ATO has released the Practice Statement Law Administration PS LA 2020/1 concerning an entity’s entitlement to receive benefits under the Boosting cash flow for employers measure and the JobKeeper Payment scheme.
Revenue NSW has updated information concerning the Gaming Machine Tax Deferral.
State Revenue Office of Victoria has announced that payments under the JobKeeper program are now exempt from Payroll Tax.
State Revenue Office of Tasmania has announced a waiver of payroll tax for JobKeeper wages as well as updating their guidelines for other payroll tax relief measures.
Western Australian Government has announced that JobKeeper payments would be exempt from Payroll Tax.
The ATO has extended the time to enrol for the initial JobKeeper periods from 30 April 2020 until 31 May 2020. If you enrol by 31 May, you will still be able to claim for the fortnights in April and May, provided you meet all the eligibility requirements for each of those fortnights.