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JobKeeper extension – what you need to do as a business or not-for-profit

Date: 25 September 2020

The ATO has released a practical factsheet outlining all the practical steps required to be followed for businesses or not-for-profits in regards to:

  1. How to continue receiving JobKeeper extension 1 payments – If you are already receiving JobKeeper payments, you don’t need to enrol again or do anything different until after 28 September 2020.
  2. How to enrol for JobKeeper – You can enrol at any time until the program closes, and you only need to enrol once.
  3. How to stop receiving JobKeeper payments – If you stop receiving JobKeeper payments, you’ll need to update the information in your business monthly declaration.

See ATO link https://www.ato.gov.au/General/JobKeeper-Payment/In-detail/JobKeeper-extension-what-you-need-to-do-as-a-business-or-not-for-profit/

Please also refer to the attached JobKeeper 2.0 letter templates/checklists that may be of assistance to you depending on your circumstances (click the icons below to download):

Jobkeeper Summary

Letter – Eligible Business Participant Confirmation of Hours

Letter – Jobkeeper Payments Concluding

Workpaper – Employee Eligibility: Updated

Workpaper – Jobkeeper Payment Rates

Letter – Employee Confirmation of Payment Rate

Letter –  Business Participant Confirmation of Payment Rate

Checklist – Jobkeeper Employer Eligibility: Updated

 

 

 

 

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