Update Friday 3 April 2020
We are continuing our adherence to the NSW Government guidelines on businesses that are currently considered essential. As of today's date, we are able to remain open. Whilst we are maintaining strict hygiene and social distancing rules, for the health and safety of our clients, staff and the broader community we are asking for the following:
Please make contact via telephone or email and one of our team will advise you of the next step.
We are presently not able to accept any walk-ins.
There is a drop-off/pick up system for clients who need to deliver or collect documents. The front door of the office will remain locked and we kindly request that our clients contact the office by phone or email to receive instructions for this system.
Client meetings can be conducted digitally or via phone or email. All compliance documents, including Financial Statements, Tax Returns, BAS & ASIC documents, can be authorised and signed electronically or posted for signing, before lodgement.
Please be assured we are 100% mobile and are therefore able to work 100% from home if a total shutdown is implemented.
Our team is monitoring the Stimulus package and concessions daily. We will endeavour to provide regular updates via our newsletter and Newsroom on our website.
For any information not available through these channels, our staff are available to assist you by phone or email.
We are here to support you during this difficult time and to reassure you that our team are dedicated to navigating you through this
Sue has been part of the WD Nicholls team for 32 years and has been a valuable staff member over that time. We will miss her greatly but wish her much happiness as she moves on to the next chapter of her life.
Sue’s last day with us will be Thursday 9th of April.
Sadly, due to current restrictions, we are unable to proceed with her farewell gathering.
Please reach out via email if you have any farewell messages for Sue and we shall pass them on.
To ensure you qualify for the Stimulus Package, your 2018-19 tax needs to be submitted.
Eligibility for Tax boost payments
The tax boost payments will be tax-free and automatically calculated by the ATO; no new registrations or new forms will be required.
The payments will be delivered by the ATO as an automatic credit in the activity statement system from 28 April 2020 upon employers lodging eligible upcoming activity statements. The minimum payment of $10,000 will be applied to the entity’s first lodgment. Where the entity is in a refund position, the ATO will deliver the refund within 14 days.
If an employer receives a payment to which it was not entitled, it is obliged to repay that amount. The general interest charge will apply.
For more information please click this link, Cash flow assistance for business.
Where possible, please submit your activity statements to the ATO as soon as you can or contact one of our team to ensure that we get this processed for you as quickly as possible.
We believe in our community and we would like to offer support to our clients who are in business and wish to showcase a weekly deal on our website. We have introduced a Community tab on our website where current clients who register may be able to make an offer and have a link to their website. Please email us should you wish to apply. Spaces are limited and conditions apply.