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10/07/2020 - Home

Business Victoria COVID-19 support

Victorian government has launched a new business support package in response to the current shutdown

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09/07/2020 - Home

JobKeeper Errors or not

Cases emerging of employers being told to repay JobKeeper amounts by advisors or sometimes the ATO are not necessarily correct.

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09/07/2020 - Home

Webinars Rebuilding COVID-19

ICB embark on a series of Webinars bewtween now and October to assist members and their businesses journey through and beyond this COVID-19 era

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01/07/2020 - Home

Parental Leave Increases

Parental Leave has also increased with the increase in the minimum wage to $753.90 per week before tax.

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01/07/2020 - Newsletter

COVID-19 Return to Work Plan

ICB's COVID-19 Return to Work Plan resource has been designed to help guide you through a review of business requirements and protocols to enable staff to return to work.

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30/06/2020 - Home

End of Year is Here

The end of the 2020 Financial Year is Here. Access ICBs resources, templates, guides and training to approach the process with confidence.

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30/06/2020 - Newsletter

Annual Survey Report Results

The ICB Annual Survey is commissioned each year to gain insight into the bookkeeping industry – here is an excerpt…

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30/06/2020 - Newsletter

Focus on End of Year

As an ICB member you have access to all our End of Year (EOY) resources.

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30/06/2020 - Newsletter

Planning for a Return to Work

The federal government have announced a 3 step “roadmap to recovery” plan and State and Territory governments are slowly easing restrictions to their own respective timelines.

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30/06/2020 - Newsletter

ACSC - Cyber Security Advice

Agents of government services have authorisation to access valuable or personal information on behalf of their clients, which makes them attractive targets for cybercriminals.

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