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Re: Jobkeeper for employees hired after September 2020 when business changed hands after 1st March?

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Hi everyone,

 

I took over a new business in August 2020 which is previously eligible for Jobkeeper also hired a new employee since September, is the new employee also eligible for the jobkeeper payment? The business activity remains same, so is the business under the new company also eligible for the Jobkeeper?

Have read some similar posts but don't quite understand. Can anyone help me with my scenario?

 

Many thanks

Zoe

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Hi @Zoe2,

 

As @SM2304 has advised the new employee is not eligible for the JobKeeper payment as they were not employed on the 1st of July.

 

Your question as to whether the business under the new company is eligible for Jobkeeper, as long as the entity meets the Employer Eligibility criteria then you can claim for the JobKeeper payments.

 

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Employer Eligibility criteria

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Devotee

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The new employee is not eligible - the cut off date for new employees is July 1

Initiate

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Thanks SM2304 for helping me with the question! Very appreciated!

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Hi @Zoe2,

 

As @SM2304 has advised the new employee is not eligible for the JobKeeper payment as they were not employed on the 1st of July.

 

Your question as to whether the business under the new company is eligible for Jobkeeper, as long as the entity meets the Employer Eligibility criteria then you can claim for the JobKeeper payments.

 

Links

Employer Eligibility criteria

Initiate

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Thanks for your help