Small Business Owners are now able to enrol in the Second Round of the South Australian Government's Cash Support Grant.
The enrolment application process is done via an online form. Small business owners wishing to participate must apply prior to 14 December 2020.
The second round of Small Business Grants includes a $10,000 grant for eligible small businesses that employ staff and are in receipt of the extended JobKeeper scheme payments as from 28 September 2020.
Your eligibility is dependent on several factors including that your business employs staff, its gross turnover is greater than $75,000 (excl GST) and it is a participant in the Commonwealth Government's extended JobKeeper Payment Scheme from 28 September 2020.
The second round of Small Business Grants also introduces a $3,000 grant for small businesses that do not employ staff, its gross turnover is greater than $75,000 (excl GST), is operating from commercial premises, and is in receipt of the extended JobKeeper Payment Scheme as from 28 September 2020.
Click Here for detailed information on the eligibility and enrolment process.
If you would like Gibson & Partners to complete the Second Round of the South Australian Government Small Business Grant Enrolment Application on your behalf, please complete and return this Checklist to us.
Please contact us at any time to discuss these or any issues your business or household might be experiencing.
The Team at Gibson & Partners
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