May 2021 Newsletter
Wage theft" criminalised in Queensland and Victoria ... and similar plans for the rest of Australia
On 14 September 2020 the Queensland Parliament passed the Criminal Code and other Legislation (Wage Theft) Amendment Act 2020 (Qld), which amends the Queensland Criminal Code to enable wage theft to be treated the same as other forms of stealing, with employers who intentionally underpay their employees now exposed to a criminal penalty of up to ten years' imprisonment.
If you are selling your business, merging, acquiring, or inviting in new investors, you need to understand the value of your business. But, to what degree does the pandemic impact on value?
With the employee test date for JobKeeper moved to 1 July 2020, some additional employees might have become eligible for Jobkeeper.
My business received a grant from the State Government. Do I pay tax on it?
Now, more than ever, business operators should have a plan in place to manage during uncertain times.
"Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible." Francis of Assisi
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