The JobMaker hiring credit announced in this year’s Budget is still not available to Newsagents. The legislation necessary to implement the program is still caught up in a reference to a Senate Economics Legislation Committee with the report not due until 6 November.
To help businesses stay open while the NSW/Victoria border remains closed, businesses in 13 Local Government Areas along the NSW and Victorian border are able to apply for $5,000 and $10,000 grants. The grants can only be used for eligible expenses incurred following the introduction of the NSW/Victoria border permit scheme on 8 July 2020.
The deadline for making an application for the NSW government’s small business recovery grant is rapidly approaching. Newsagents have until 31 August 2020 to initiate a claim.
The NSW government has extended the deadline to apply for their small business recovery grant to 31 August 2020.
The NSW government has funding of $3,000 available for qualifying Newsagencies under its small business COVID-19 recovery grant scheme.
Funding of $3,000 is available to qualifying Newsagents in NSW under the small business COVID-19 recovery grant scheme. If your Newsagency has experienced a decline in turnover as a result of COVID-19, you may be eligible for a small business recovery grant of between $500 and $3000.
On 9 July 2020 responsibility for administering the Newsagents Assistance Fund (NAF) transferred from the NSW Small Business Commission (NSWSBC) to NSW Fair Trading.
Applications will open on 1 July to help businesses safely relaunch their operations with funds remaining from the $750 million Small Business Support Fund. The Small Business Recovery Grant can only be used for expenses from 1 July and where no other Government support is available. More information will be made available on the Service […]
JobKeeper There have been changes to the federal government’s JobKeeper program which allow employers to claim under the scheme even though they may not have previously registered. Employers still need to qualify but the changes allow for different monthly outcomes since the scheme was introduced. Just because an employer didn’t qualify in the first month […]
NANA is a member of the Council of Small Business Organisations Australia (COSBOA). COSBOA has been given the opportunity to offer grants of $10,000 to 67 small businesses adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The grants are made possible by Sales Force. Applications will open Monday next week and close on 1 June.