Monthly Archive: March 2020

Economic Stimulus Package #3 – JobKeeper payment

Brealey Quill Kenny We hope all our valued clients are keeping well in these uncertain times. The team at BQK is now predominately working from home in line with social distancing guidelines. All appointments are now being held via telephone, email, facetime, skype or video conferencing. However, our office will remain open , should you...
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Economic Stimulus Package #2 – Details so far

Brealey Quill Kenny We would like to assure all our clients that BQK is well prepared and able to continue to conduct our services and provide advice and guidance through these difficult times. As of today, we will make arrangements for all existing appointments to be held via telephone, email, facetime, skype or video conferencing....
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Coronavirus – Company Update

To our valued clients, In these uncertain times we wanted to reach out and let you know that team at BQK is available to help in any way we can. We are closely monitoring the evolving Coronavirus information and adapting our business continuity plan to protect the health and well-being of the BQK team and...
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Coronavirus – WA State Government Package – Relief for Businesses and Households

COVID-19 economic response: Relief for businesses and households $607 million stimulus package to support WA households and small businesses in the wake of COVID-19 $402 million to freeze household fees and charges until at least July 1, 2021 Freeze will apply to entire ‘household basket’, including electricity, water, motor vehicle charges, emergency services levy and...
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Economic Stimulus Package #1 – Details so Far

As you are most likely aware the Government has announced a $17.6 billion investment package to support the economy as we brace for the impact of the coronavirus. The yet to be legislated four-part package focuses on business investment, sustaining employers and driving cash into the economy. Here’s what we know so far: From 12...
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Mandatory Contact Tracing for WA BusinessesA broad range of WA businesses will need to comply with mandatory contact tracing requirements as part of the latest COVID-19 control measures. The Western Australian Government has announced that from December 5, certain businesses...
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