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JobKeeper update: 'one in, all in' rule

The ATO has updated its advice on the JobKeeper "one in, all in" rule.
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JobKeeper update:

JobKeeper update: 'one in, all in' rule

21 April 2020

The ATO has updated its advice on the JobKeeper "one in, all in" rule.

The Tax Office now says that if an employer opts to participate in JobKeeper, it should then nominate all the employees they are entitled to claim for. This means you cannot choose to nominate only some employees.

The ATO also says "The design of the JobKeeper scheme is that all eligible employees are paid the minimum of $1500 per fortnight and that the employer claims for each of these employees. Employers are not meant to pick and choose between their eligible employees."

This was a change from last week when the advice said those who choose to participate could then nominate the employees they are entitled to claim for.

Businesses can enrol for the JobKeeper payment here.


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How will the JobKeeper package impact you? The federal government has changed the Fair Work Act for employers and employees who have accessed the JobKeeper wage subsidy.
 
 

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