ASIC advises businesses should use tax time as a reminder to ensure your business name and/or company details are up-to-date. This can include your address and holder details.
The federal government recently announced an additional $4.785 million to provide eligible small regional businesses affected by COVID-19 with access to free and confidential financial counselling.
NANA has been working with Members to secure long outstanding payments due from service station operators owned by big corporations. In the most recent example of success, NANA has worked closely with the Newsagent concerned and the service station operators to secure more than $7,000 in payments which have been long overdue. Providing this type […]
NANA’s annual general meeting was conducted on 21 May 2020.
Each week NSW Lotteries makes available a number of reports to Newsagents showing various aspects of performance. Some of these reports contain data “tied” to your dashboard rating payments/credits as well as reflecting business trends. The availability of these reports expires after 12 months, to the day.
NANA will conduct its delayed 2019 AGM tomorrow, Thursday 21 May 2020 at 5:00PM. The meeting will be conducted using ZOOM. Eligible Members are invited to participate. The Agenda for the meeting and directions on how to download financial reports, etc have previously been distributed. Members can locate the pack of information HERE and download the […]
In October 2019 epay advised of reviewed monthly charges to users of their epay system, via their dedicated Verifone Terminal. The changes came into operation commencing November 2019: • A $50 (ex GST) terminal rental charge if $2,500 face value worth of product is not sold each month, and • An $11 (ex GST) charge for […]
In all of the hysteria about JobKeeper, the funds provided by the federal government under the Cash Boost initiative have been somewhat overlooked. Whilst JobKeeper has grabbed the headlines, Cash Boost payments which are connected to the end March 2020 BAS reports have and will continue to provide large sums to Newsagents to assist with […]
NANA has been in discussions with Tabcorp/NSW Lotteries over a sensible approach to assessing compliance against different aspects of what Newsagents are required to do as far as lotteries requirements for responsible gambling information, POS material displays and other compliance matters are concerned. Tabcorp also has concerns about using social distancing measures and how they are […]
NANA has been working with Members to recover large sums of outstanding account balances for service station sub-agent accounts across NSW and ACT. We have identified systemic problems with corporate Shell, Woolworths/Caltex and BP sites. In some cases, the amounts due which Newsagents were unable to recover exceeded well over $5,000.