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360Private have a dedicated Audit team supported by qualified and experienced team members who can assist you in navigating complex legislative requirements to ensure that you achieve compliance with all regulatory obligations.  

360Private Audit have extensive experience in auditing many types of organisations and organisational structures in both the profit and not-for-profit sectors.  We will work closely with you and your representatives in order to understand your organisation, its goals and objectives, key risks, operations and financial processes.

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Recent posts

  • New Financial Support Package for SA Businesses

    Written by 360Private

    Published: 16 September 2021

    On Monday 9 August 2021, the Australian Government and Government of South Australia announced a new $3,000 cash grant program for businesses and $1,000 for sole traders in eligible industry sectors - such as hospitality, creative venues and artists, tourism, gyms and transport. South Australian businesses that continue to be significantly impacted by ongoing COVID-19 density and trading restrictions may be eligible for additional financial support. Businesses based in the Adelaide CBD may be eligible for an additional $1,000, acknowledging the significant decrease in city foot traffic.
  • Export grants on offer under revised Govt scheme

    Written by 360Private

    Published: 31 August 2021

    The State Government is offering up to $200,000 in grants to small and medium-sized businesses looking to expand into overseas markets, in a revamp of the SA Export Accelerator (SAEA) Program. First introduced in August 2018, the program has undergone a review, with the funding categories revised in a bid to give a greater pool of small to medium sized businesses access to the grants. New activities within the funding stream have been introduced to support exporters that are seeking entry to new markets. Due to changes in the criteria, companies that were once unable to apply may find that they can now access funding. The programme is administered by the Department of Trade and Investment and provides grants for activities such as marketing and promotion, freight and logistics, export training and market access support. To be eligible, businesses applying must be from one of the nine Growth State priority sectors, which are:
  • Covid-19 Business Support Grant

    Written by 360Private

    Published: 29 July 2021

    A new Covid-19 Business Support Grant has been announced by the South Australian State Government to assist small and medium businesses that suffer a significant loss of income as a result of the Covid-19 health restrictions. Eligible employing businesses can apply for a $3,000 cash grant, whilst a $1,000 cash grant is on offer to eligible non-employing businesses. To be eligible for the one-off $3,000 grant, a business must, as at 12:01am Tuesday 20 July 2021: Be located within South Australia; Have an annual turnover of $75,000 or more in 2020-21 or 2019-20 financial years, and be registered for GST; Employ people in South Australia; Have an Australia-wide payroll of less than $10 million in the 2019-20 financial year; Have a valid and active Australian Business Number (ABN); and Have experienced at least a 30 per cent reduction in turnover in the week of Tuesday 20 July 2021 to Monday 26 July 2021 (inclusive) compared to the week prior, due to the restricted trading conditions.
  • Employee Superannuation Changes

    Written by 360Private

    Published: 27 May 2021

    Employers should be aware of some key changes to superannuation laws that will impact the calculation of employee superannuation entitlements. Superannuation Guarantee Rate Increase to 10% Employers in Australia are required by law to make regular contributions to their employee’s superannuation fund. The legislated Superannuation Guarantee (SG) rate is currently set at 9.5% of ordinary time earnings. The first increase to the SG rate will occur on 1 July 2021 and will see the contribution rate that employers are required to pay increase from 9.5% to 10%. This will then be followed by incremental half percentage point (0.5%) increases each year until the rate reaches 12 per cent on 1 July 2025.
  • Changes to the Fair Work Act

    Written by 360Private

    Published: 29 April 2021

    The Fair Work Act 2009 has recently been amended to change workplace rights and obligations for casual employees. The changes were made by the Fair Work Amendment Act 2021 and came into effect on 27th March 2021. These amendments update the definition of casual employment and provide guidelines for moving casual employees to permanent employment. In addition, the amendments introduce requirements for all Employers to provide a Casual Employment Information Statement. Employers are required to give every new casual employee a Casual Employment Information Statement (CEIS) before, or as soon as possible after, they start their new job.

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