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Newsletter – October 2020

05/01/2021 by Pascoe Partners Accountants

Newsletter – October 2020
 

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October 2020

Welcome to the first of our monthly newsletters.

Recently we’ve been told by clients that they would like to hear from us regularly, sharing information that we feel will be of interest or benefit for them. With this request comes the birth of our monthly newsletters, we hope that you can find the time to read them.

If there is something that we feel beneficial to share with you outside of our regular monthly schedule, you may see an email from us in the newsletter format. The budget is due October 6th and is an excellent example of when we may want to send you something extra.

During the pandemic, we have been very fortunate that our offices in West Perth and Moora have been able to remain open. Our thoughts are with our fellow Australian’s who are not in the same unique position as us. We could never fully understand what it is like to be under the same restrictions that they have had to deal with without experiencing it ourselves, which we truly hope we never have to.

We have been kept very busy with the Government stimulus packages. There is much to read, absorb, dissect, and implement based on the directives given by the Government. It has been a steep learning curve with short time frames between rules set and actions required. We thank our staff for their continued dedication, ensuring they have the proper knowledge to assist you, our clients.

Not everything about COVID-19 has been negative. Western Australian’s have been given the incentive to go out and explore our amazing state. Our Facebook page has shown photos of our colleagues exploring furry-friendly locations of the South West, the vibrant Canola crops of the Wheatbelt, the red dirt of the Kimberley. WA is a beautiful place with so much to offer and what an opportunity we have to get out and see as much of it as we can!


Work and Wander Out Yonder

Work and Wander Out Yonder

Shortage of regional workers

It has been in the news. COVID-19 has created a shortage of employees in the agricultural, tourism and hospitality sectors throughout WA’s regional area. The up side to this is the short and long-term employment opportunities created for Western Australians. To assist these regional sectors our State Government has set up a support scheme to encourage people to travel and fill these roles.

Filling the void

The $3 million program is intended to target “domestic backpackers” to fill the labour shortage…
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City of Wanneroo Economic Recovery Fund

City of Wanneroo Economic Recovery Fund

Recover, Revive, Thrive

We have been given a fantastic opportunity by the City of Wanneroo to help local businesses recover from the economic effects of Covid-19 by providing them with FREE Business Advice through their Economic Recovery Fund.

Are you a local business in the City of Wanneroo?

The City of Wanneroo has launched an Economic Recovery Fund to support local businesses to recover from the economic effects of COVID-19. This new fund is tailored to assist enterprises to transition following the Pandemic and to help…
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Grants and what you need to know

Grants and what you need to know

Should you apply for a Grant?

Most people are just so happy to find a grant program; they don’t stop to consider whether they should apply. That’s where most applicants go wrong.
You might be surprised to know that grants are not really about you – even when you win them! Grants are offered by Government and occasionally by corporations, to help fulfil their policy and aims. Where your project aligns with these aims and helps to achieve those goals – then you might get a grant. Just remember, grants are…
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Casey Stein CRN 518286 is an authorised Broking representative of Pascoe Partners Finance under ACL 389328 ABN 96 150 439 482. David Williams is an authorised Financial Planning Representative of Pascoe Partners Wealth under AFSL 403566 ABN 96 150 439 482 Pascoe Partners Accountants ABN 57 895 123 851 This advice may not be suitable to you because contains general advice that has not been tailored to your personal circumstances. Please seek personal financial advice prior to acting on this information.