Tools & Resources

Support from the Australian Government

The Australian Government is supporting Australian businesses to manage cash flow challenges and retain employees. Assistance includes cash flow support to businesses and temporary measures to provide relief for financially distressed businesses.

  • Boosting cash flow for employers
  • Temporary relief for financially distressed businesses
  • Increasing the instant asset write-off
  • Backing business investment
  • Supporting apprentices and trainees

Instant asset write-off

Instant asset write-off threshold from $30,000 to $150,000 and expanding access to include businesses with aggregated annual turnover of less than $500 million.

Until 30 June 2020

Supporting apprentices and trainees

Eligible employers can apply for a wage subsidy of 50 per cent of the apprentice’s or trainee’s wage. Where a small business is not able to retain an apprentice, the subsidy will be available to a new employer that employs that apprentice.

1 Jan-30 Sep 2020

Boosting Cash Flow for Employers

Business with turnover of less than $50 million that employ staff.
50 per cent of PAYG withheld, with a minimum $2,000 payment and up to a cap of $25,000 over 6 months.

Provide up to $25,000 back to small and medium-sized businesses, with a minimum payment of $2,000 for eligible businesses. The payment will be tax free.

1 Jan–30 Jun 2020

Stimulus payments

A one-off $750 payment to social security, veteran and other income support recipients and eligible concession card holders. Around half of those that will benefit are pensioners.

From 31 Mar 2020

Accelerated depreciation

Accelerating depreciation deductions. Businesses with a turnover of less than $500 million will be able to deduct 50 per cent of the cost of an eligible asset on installation, with existing depreciation rules applying to the balance of the asset’s cost.

Until 30 June 2021

Support for Coronavirus-affected regions and communities

Regions and communities that have been disproportionately affected by the economic impacts of the Coronavirus, including those heavily reliant on industries such as tourism, agriculture and education.


Australian Government Resources

Assistance for severely affected regions & sectors

Cash flow assistance for business

Delivering support for business investment

Temporary relief for financially distressed businesses

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