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2019 Monthly Webinars

Posted on 9th May 2019

25 June 2019 Webinar
Topic: Single Touch Payroll

Presented by Mark Love

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Click here for ATO Low Cost or No Cost software webpage

Click here for the template letter for employees (Coming Soon)

 

13 June 2019 Webinar

Topic: The New Standards

Presented by Rachael Speechley and Evan Hill

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Click here for links to documentation

 

 

9th May 2019 Webinar
Topic: Home Care Packages

Presented by Laurel Wyte

Please note that HCP Levels have just changed:

  • Level 1 = $8,250
  • Level 2 = $15,000
  • Level 3 = $33,000
  • Level 4 = $50,250

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Ohter resources Laurel referred to in the presentation:

9th May 2019 Webinar
Topic: Buckets of Money

Presented by Laurel Wyte

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Click here to view the Funding Streams May 2019 document



GST - when & not to charge (dated 7 Sept 2017)

We have been asked recently to provide clarity around the issue of GST and the following expert advice has been given:

  • Meals to clients who are eligible for Government funding e.g. My Aged Care or Queensland Community Care (under 65) – considered ‘targeted persons’ are GST free
  •  Meals to Carers of a ‘targeted person’ are GST free
  • Meals to clients under a sub-contract arrangement (Home Care Package brokerage) will have GST added as we are not selling to the client.
  • Meals/food provided under a catering deal will have GST added as it is considered a commercial transaction
  • Meals provided to someone off the street who is buying for convenience will be GST free through the application of the following:
     

The GST non - commercial activities (section 38-250 GSTA) rule can apply to charities/NFP, if either of the below applies;

  • The supply does not relate to accommodation and the consideration for the supply is less than 50% of the GST-inclusive market value of the supply; or
  • The supply does not relate to accommodation and the consideration for the supply is less than 75% of the consideration that the entity provided (or was liable to provide) for acquiring the thing supplied.

The ATO has set benchmark rates for meals and our sell price is well below 50%.