After a roughly 35% plunge from their February high point to their lows around 23 March on fears regarding of global recession on the back of the coronavirus shutdowns, share markets have since rebounded sharply, led by US shares. The rally has pushed the Australian ASX 200 ...
The Commissioner has extended the time to enrol for the initial JobKeeper periods, from 30 April 2020 until 31 May 2020. To ensure the integrity and the efficient operation of the JobKeeper Payment scheme, the Government is clarifying the operation of some rules:
At its meeting today, the Board decided to maintain the current policy settings, including the targets for the cash rate and the yield on 3 year Australina Government bonds of 25 basis points.
This is an update of a note I wrote last November, but after the recent plunge in shares and the associated 10% or so loss in balanced growth superannuation funds through the March quarter, it’s particularly relevant now.
With the COVID-19 coronavirus crippling the Australian economy and affecting livelihoods, the Australian Federal Government has announced a range of measures to support small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
With the COVID-19 coronavirus crippling the Australian economy and affecting livelihoods, the Australian Federal Government has announced a range of measures to support both businesses and individuals.
As government-mandated lockdown comes into force, there are some existing cybersecurity risks to small business that could be felt more acutely if precautions aren’t taken. MYOB has offered 11 tips for improving your cybersecurity in lockdown.
There is no better time to be getting our kids in the kitchen, as home-schooling is thrust upon many of us as the country grapples with the spread of coronavirus.
Working from home has suddenly become the new norm as Australia faces the spread of the coronavirus. For many, this is accompanied by having children at home.
Understandably mental health becomes a top priority. So how can we thrive, not just survive, during this period of change and uncertainty?
We are now all taking physical health precautions to protect us from the spread of the coronavirus. However there are also steps you can take to protect your financial health.
The plunge in share markets over the last week has generated much coverage and consternation. This is understandable given the rapidity of the falls – with US shares having their fastest 10% fall from an all-time high on record - and the uncertainty around the coronavirus (Covid-19) and its impact on economic activity. From their highs to ...