Thinking | 21 March 2020

COVID-19 and tax measures

There is tremendous anxiety among businesses and consumers as a result of COVID-19. The comments below provide an overview of the tax strategies to assist businesses manage and make tax easier, including the Australian Government’s Economic response phase 1 and 2; and administrative tax measures to assist Australians experiencing financial difficulty as a result of COVID-19

Click here to download a handout relating to the tax measures.

 

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