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The Australian Government has released a number of economic measures in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
23/03/2020 - Technical Update: Second Australian economic stimulus package in response to coronavirus includes more tax measures
23/03/2020 - Technical Update: The Employment Tax and Mobility implications of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
23/03/2020 - Media Release: Coronavirus Stimulus II Package Announced
18/03/2020 - Technical Update: Australian States deliver economic stimulus packages in response to coronavirus including tax measures
13/03/2020 - Technical Update: Australian economic stimulus package in response to coronavirus includes tax measures
12/03/2020 - Media Release: ScoMo Jump Starts a Shaky Economy: announces $17.6 bn stimulus package following impact of COVID19 on businesses
On 22 March 2020, the Australian Government released its second economic response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) worth $66.1 billion, with new tax measures for small to medium enterprises, individuals and corporate directors.
On 22 March 2020, the Federal Government released the second stage of its economic plan to cushion the economic impact of COVID-19 including a temporary window for early, tax free superannuation withdrawals for those hit hardest.
BDO Australia has commented on the second $66 billion coronavirus stimulus package which was announced by the Morrison Government today.
Australian States and Territories are delivering their economic stimulus packages in response to COVID-19, including various concessions for businesses.
On 12 March 2020, the Australian Government released its economic response to the coronavirus (COVID-19). The ATO also released a series of administrative concessions for taxpayers.
BDO Australia has commented on the $17.6 billion stimulus package which was announced by the Morrison Government today.