New COVID Business Support Grants

New COVID Business Support Grants

The State Government has released the applications for the Covid-19 Business Grants. Applications HERE.

This forms part of a larger support package to industry and individuals, which includes:

  • 1 - COVID-19 Business Grant

A one-off payment to help businesses with cashflow support for the first 3 weeks of lockdown. Grant varies from $7,500 up to $15,000 depending on the decline in turnover.

To be eligible your business must demonstrate a revenue decline of 30% or more, aggregated annual turnover between $75,000 and $50 million, and payroll up to $10 million. *See more detailed notes below

  • 2 - JobSaver

Fortnightly payments to help maintain employee headcount (as at 13 July) and provide cashflow support to businesses:

  1. a) Employing businesses: 40% of weekly payroll, with a minimum payment of $1,500 per week and a maximum payment of $10,000 per week
  2. b) Non-employing business: $1,000 per week

To be eligible your business must demonstrate a revenue decline of 30% or more, and annual turnover between $75,000 and $50 million.

  • 3 - Micro Business Grant

A fortnightly payment of $1,500 for businesses with a turnover between $30,000 and $75,000.

To be eligible your business needs annual turnover of $30,000 to $75,000, revenue decline of 30% or more and the businesses must provide the primary income for a person associated with the business.

Details of all 3 programs can be found here.

 

*More detailed notes

COVID-19 Business Grant

To make an application you will be required to provide your ANZSIC code number

Most NSW Wine businesses tend to have one of the 3 following ANZSIC codes:

  • 01310 Grape Growing
  • 12140 Wine and Other Alcoholic Beverage Manufacturing
  • 43109 Wine club - retailing wine off licensed premises (in the 'List of highly impacted industries')

All affected businesses are eligible to apply for this grant, but your ANZSIC code will determine how your grant will be treated:

If your ANZSIC code puts you in the 'List of highly impacted industries', you will have a slightly different process to those ANZSIC codes that are outside the list of highly impacted industries, but you are still eligible for the grant. 

Click on the below link for more details

https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/2021-covid-19-business-grant-guidelines

 

If you have any questions, please use the Service NSW Concierge Service at:

https://mybusiness.service.nsw.gov.au/concierge

Also as a reminder, individuals (employees) can also look at some support packages through the Services Australia website HERE



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