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  • What's Next? COVID-19

Australian Business & Coronavirus (COVID-19)

CHALLENGES AHEAD | 2020-21
FEDERAL BUDGET

BDO in Australia delivers a comprehensive analysis of the Australian Federal Budget each year – find out more.

The impact of COVID-19 on Australian businesses and their balance sheets is unprecedented. Although the level and type of threats vary greatly across businesses, executives and boards need to rapidly assess their exposure and prepare response plans to ensure they can generate sufficient cash to survive.

To assist you in safeguarding your business, and keeping your business running, our advisers have developed a range of resources.

Is your organisation at risk of financial crime in a post-COVID-19 world?

Do you know how vulnerable your company, business or organisation is to financial crime today? The conditions around COVID-19 – economic uncertainty and lack of internal controls in a new digital workplace – have created the perfect ecosystem for financial crime.

Accounting News - September 2020

In our coronavirus update, we provide guidance for businesses as they emerge from coronavirus lockdown.

COVID-19 Survey Reports: How organisations and their staff have responded to the pandemic

BDO Industrial & Organisational Psychology (BDO I&OP) undertook two short-form (‘pulse’) surveys of clients, with the aim of better understanding how organisations were responding to the arrival of COVID-19 in Australia, and how they intended to continue to operate for the remainder of 2020.

Webinar: Cash Flow Management and a Step Plan for Businesses Impacted by COVID 19

As the Government stimulus measures and bank concessions will taper off or come to a complete stop in the near future, it is imperative that businesses are as prepared as possible to deal with the 'rebuild' phase, particularly those negatively impacted by COVID-19.

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