Business Crisis SupportCOVID-19
“Every test successfully met is rewarded by some growth in intuitive knowledge, strengthening of character, or initiation into a higher consciousness.” …And the same ethos applies when operating a business in the face of a global crisis.
As you are aware, we are currently living in unprecedented times. From our region being majorly affected by catastrophic bushfires in early 2020; to the world now experiencing a global economic meltdown, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. No matter what the natural disaster, health crisis or broader business emergency may be, we would like to reassure our clients that Nexis Accountants and Business Advisors are here for you.
We extend an ongoing, open invitation to provide business assistance or simply, lend an ear during your time of need.
Throughout this crisis, we aim to keep a close eye on all Government announcements (both local and federal) and provide regular updates about the relevant impacts that any changes may have on your business.
Including but not limited to:
• Cash flow implications and modelling the effects of downtime,
• Prioritising creditors,
• Government stimulus packages and changes to ATO requirements.
• Crisis-reactive business mapping and planning guidance.
As part of this, Nexis will be conducting a complimentary weekly webinar – Business in Times of Crisis.
Meeting ID: 676 214 869
WATCH – Business in Times of Crisis
COVID-19 Client Updates from Nexis
8 April 2020
This a reminder to register for our weekly webinar series Business In the Times of Crisis. This week’s topic is: Cashflow forecasting and budgeting and risk identification and management.
31 March 2020
The Australian Government has introduced three massive stimulus packages in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, there has also been a raft of changes to the lending criteria of banks, laws for landlords, bankruptcy legislation.
On Tuesday morning, the Government released details of the eight COVID-19 stimulus bills that had been passed in parliament on Monday. These contain the criteria for obtaining the cash handout.
We have summarised the announcements made by governments for your reference so that you can understand what assistance you or your business may be entitled to.
As we keep up to date on the situation surrounding COVID-19, we wish to let you know what we are doing at Nexis.
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