Brad Ryan

2021 COVID-19 Queensland Government Support Grants

The Queensland Government is supporting eligible small and medium businesses (and not for profit organisations) impacted by lockdowns taking effect during August 2021. What payments are available? A $10,000 grant to employing small businesses and not for profit organisations with an annual payroll of less than $1.3 million; A $15,000 grant to employing medium sized …

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Key Tax Changes for 2022

With the new financial year just started we thought it would be a timely reminder to provide a summary of some of the key tax changes and ongoing measures in place that you should be aware of. Superannuation Superannuation guarantee increase to 10% The Superannuation Guarantee rate has increased from 9.5% to 10% with effect from 1 July …

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Queensland Stamp Duty Exemption for Small Business Restructures

Queensland small business owners who restructure their business on or after 7 September 2020 by transferring assets from a sole trader, partnership or discretionary trust structure to a company structure may be eligible for either a full or partial duty exemption on the transfer. Eligibility criteria To be eligible for the exemption as a: sole trader, …

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The Melbourne Cup

When we started 2020 no-one would have predicted a Melbourne Cup with no spectators, a year like no other.  For many of us the Melbourne Cup is a chance to come together and celebrate with our friends, family and colleagues.  Whether it be for the entire day, a few hours or a few minutes take …

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A Budget for Business and Jobs

Whilst Government debt will increase to unprecedented levels the Federal Government has introduced measures to increase business confidence and provide tax relief to kick start the economy. Detailed below is a summary of the key business and tax measures from the budget. Personal Tax Cuts These measures take effect from 1 July 2020: Taxable Income                        …

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JobKeeper 2.1 – New Changes

The Federal Government has announced two significant changes to the JobKeeper Scheme which relax the eligibility criteria for employees and employers. Employees With effect from 3rd August the date of employment for determining employee eligibility will move to 1 July 2020.  This means: Any permanent employees which started with an employer between 1 March 2020 …

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