As part of the second stimulus package, the Federal Government announced the COVID-19 SME Guarantee Scheme. Under the scheme, the Government guarantees 50% of new loans issued by eligible lenders to SMEs for working capital purposes.
These are difficult times. No one is immune. For SMSF Trustees, in addition to the ATO’s recent announcements some additional complexities may occur.
As a consequence to the Australian Government’s measures to control the spread of COVID-19, many people are feeling the effects of reduced income. This is creating concern, particularly those with home and business loans.
Due to the impact COVID-19 is having on our community the TAG team are now working remotely.
Hope is important at any time, but is critical to get through this dynamic and fast moving crisis. However, false hope can be very dangerous and in these times could easily have a business drive off a cliff.
The Cash Flow Boost announced in the second stimulus package by the Federal Government on 22 March 2020 has understandably created some confusion amongst business owners.
In a bold move Scott Morrison and the Australian Government have announced the shot in the arm that Australian business was calling for to battle the impact of the Coronavirus.
At the commencement of the current crisis, Mark Templeton, Managing Director of TAG Financial Services met with the Board and immediately enacted a disaster management strategy.
Register Now. Webinar: Q&A PANEL DISCUSSION: Minimise the impact of COVID-19 on business
Friday 27 March 2020, 1:30pm – 2:30pm
The last 2 weeks have seen fear around Coronavirus (COVID-19) reach new heights with the World Health Organisation officially declaring the condition as a Pandemic.
In times of crisis, it is important for leaders to stand tall and lead. As a business owner, now is the time for you to lead your business decisively and with purpose. This will give your business the best possible chance of survival.
In these challenging times, the COVID-19 pandemic will have a significant financial impact on most of us. There are many things that we can’t control but we can take a serious look at our spending habits.