Join ifa sister title My Business in this free, live and interactive event featuring the ATO, ASBFEO and Reckon and find out how the JobKeeper affects your business.
My Business is proud to introduce a series of webcasts and webinars designed to help business owners stay connected to top-of-mind SME issues, discover practical solutions to everyday problems and assist with their COVID-19 response.
The inaugural webcasts, being held on 5 May and partnered by Reckon, will address how JobKeeper affects you and your business, plus the steps you must take to guarantee you are part of the scheme.
This free, live and interactive event is an opportunity to hear from Deborah Jenkins, deputy commissioner from the ATO; Kate Carnell, Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman; and Sam Allert, managing director of Reckon.
Discussing all elements of the government’s $130 billion stimulus measure, this panel will delve into how to apply for JobKeeper and why you should do it now, how the banks can help in the interim, how the “one in, all in rule” affects you, key dates, monthly duties and more.
Recognising the pivotal role communication plays in the fight against COVID-19, this webcast will give business owners a chance to put their questions to the panel and connect with like-minded individuals.
“Listening to our small to medium business community we have found that JobKeeper still remains a major grey area for many business owners,” said My Business editor Maja Garaca Djurdjevic.
“With the potential to determine if a business floats or sinks, we feel it is hugely important for business owners to have the right information regarding this measure and a chance to put their questions straight to the experts.”
The jam-packed agenda will also include information on the new commercial tenancy code of conduct and tips on how to process a pay run under JobKeeper.
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