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Posted on 1 March, 2021

* Archived - This notice has expired and is published for archival purposes only.

COVID-19 SUPPORT FOR BUSINESS

COVID-19 SUPPORT FOR BUSINESS

COVID-19 SUPPORT FOR BUSINESS
See here for more info

 

The govt have announced a range of wage of subsidy options (this does not only apply to our Auckland whānau) so please pay attention to the resurgence support payment (1) if your business has been affected.

 

  1. Resurgence Support Payment
    • The Government has activated a Resurgence Support Payment, available from Inland Revenue. It's for businesses whose revenue has reduced because of a COVID-19 Alert Level 2 or higher. Applications can be made in myIR from Tuesday 23 February 2021
    • Find out how to apply here
      • Note: The last day to apply is 22 March 2021 through myIR.
  1. Short-Term Absence Payment
    1. The Short-Term Absence Payment covers eligible workers, including self-employed people, needing to stay home while waiting on a COVID-19 test result and who can’t work from home. This is a one-off payment of $350 to employers, to pay workers who need to stay home while awaiting a test result for themselves or a dependent, in accordance with public health advice
    2. Find out more about the Short-Term Absence Payment
    3. How to apply
  2. Leave Support Scheme
    1. The Leave Support Scheme helps businesses to help pay workers, including the self-employed, who meet certain health criteria, eg they have COVID-19. They will have been told to self-isolate and can’t work from home. It’s paid as a lump sum and covers two weeks per eligible employee at the rates of $585.80 for each employee working 20 hours or more a week and $350 for each employee working less than 20 hours a week.
    2. Find out more about the Leave Support Scheme
    3. How to apply

If you have experienced reduction in your business whānau please look into these options, don’t be whakamā! We are all in this together and need to utilise the help when needed. Alternatively, if you know of someone who could use this help send them this information. Let’s tautoko!

 

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