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The Business Support Grant will provide one-off grants of $20,000 for employing businesses and $7,500 for non-employing businesses that can provide evidence of a 30 per cent reduction in turnover revenue in a consecutive 7-day period during the declared lockdown (from 13 August to 17 September). This will need to be compared with a consecutive 7-day period from April 2021 to August 2021.
To obtain the grant you will need to prove that:
To be eligible for the grant your business must:
The following is not an exhaustive list of what can be used as evidence:
Business are required to retain supporting information for two years. A short video to assist members in demonstrating a 30 per cent decline in turnover.
Small businesses with a turnover between $30,000 and $10 million per annum that have experienced a 30 per cent loss in revenue as a result of COVID-19 restrictions will also be eligible to apply to receive credits for payroll tax, utility charges, rates and other selected fees and charges up to a maximum of $10,000 per operator.
Yes, if you are eligible for each scheme you can apply. Further details will be available on the ACT Government COVID-19 website shortly.
You can express your interest in these schemes.
Visit ACT Government COVID-19 website for more information on how to apply.
If your employees experience a significant reduction in hours due to the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on your business, they may be eligible for the Disaster Payment wage support.
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