Economic response to the Coronavirus

The economic impacts of the Coronavirus are hurting local businesses, which are all valued employers in the City of Kalamunda. This is a guide to what’s available to help businesses keep afloat during the COVID-19 shutdown.

The City encourages local businesses to get in touch with the City’s Economic Development team with any specific questions on businessquestions@kalamunda.wa.gov.au

#SupportLocal

Many of the City's local businesses are continuing to offer take away and delivery services to serve patrons. Please check and continue to show support to these local businesses by checking with them directly to find out how you can still enjoy their delicious treats and drinks.

Join our Facebook Group for the latest menus and delivery options in the Perth Hills

Download a copy of the City's local eateries here

Support for businesses

City's COVID-19 Crisis Relief Application
City's Small Business Advisory Support Program
Jobseeker Payment
Tax-free payments up to $100,000 for small business and not-for-profit employers
Payroll tax relief
Payroll tax grant payment
Solvency safety net
Wage subsidies for apprentices and trainees
Access to working capital
Increase and extension of the instant asset write-off

Support for sole traders

Income Support - Jobkeeper
Deferred bank loans
Increased instant asset write-off
Backing Business Investment

Support available for Individuals

Early release of superannuation
Temporary reduction in minimum superannuation draw down rates
Deeming rates reduced
Government income support
Bankruptcy safety net

Day-to-day resources available to help businesses

These free offers are from tech companies to help you run your business online during COVID-19 restrictions:
Free Microsoft Teams for collaboration
Free COVID-19 Essentials intellHR Platform
Australian Cyber Security Centre Checklist
Business Australia COVID-19 Employer Toolkit
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