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2020 federal budget update - twomeys review

Last night the Morrison Government delivered the long-awaited 2020 Federal Budget.

2020 has been anything but ordinary and our economy has been hit hard as a result.

The Federal Budget has been designed as an economic recovery plan to steer Australia through this crisis and build for the future 

Read Twomeys review on the budget here - 2020 Federal Budget - Twomeys Review




JobKeeper payment program - next steps

The Federal Government have now provided further information on the JobKeeper payment program. 

Click here for the next steps




Licence, registration and permit fee waivers

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced today that licence, registration and permit fees will be automatically waived for 12-months on new applications and renewals lodged by eligible businesses including those in the trades and construction sectors.

Click to find out more about the NSW  fee waivers




nsw government $10,000 small business support grants now open 

Small businesses with employees in NSW impacted by the closure or restriction of trade of their business by direction of the Health Minister are able to claim a grant of up to $10,000 towards unavoidable business cost through Service NSW.  Other small businesses severely impacted can also apply.

Read the breakdown on how to apply here  $10,000 grants now open 




government announces a huge $130 billion JobKeeper wage subsidy

The Federal Goverment have announced an unprecedented wage subsidy package in hopes to keep Australian's in jobs as they tackle the economic impact from COVID-19 

Read Twomeys review on the new package here $130 billion dollar package




governments second economic stimulus package - 22 March 2020

The Federal Government has announced a second stimulus package to provide an additional $66 billion in COVID-19 economic support.

Read more here 

second economic stimulus package - 22 march 2020




economic stimulus package - March 2020

In response to the Coronavirus crisis, and in an effort to boost the economy and save jobs, the Federal Government has outlined new measures in a stimulus package worth nearly $18 billion.

Read more here 

economic stimulus package - march 2020




twomeys community involvement

Twomeys regularly donates both time and funds to organisations within the local community.

Young Regional School of Music

Twomeys Young Office is a major sponsor of the Young Regional School of Music, which held its 2016 Finale Concert on 19 November 2016. Veronica Boler of the Young Office was invited alongside Elke Cleverdon (Chair of the YRSM Board) to present the 'Friend of YRSM' Award to Jennie Peady.

Photo – from left to right: Veronica Boler, Jennie Peady, Elke Cleverdon.

Congratulations to Amanda Isbester of the Young Office who was awarded the Young Art & Craft Club Scholarship – Piano on the evening.

Movember 2016

The Movember Foundation tackles men's health on a global scale, year round and is addressing some of the biggest health issues faced by men, including prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. Matt Moon of the Cootamundra Office committed to growing a spectacular moustache throughout the 30 days of Movember 2016 helping to raise awareness for the cause, as well as raising a total of $432.00 for the Foundation.

National award for Twomeys

Media Release - Release issues - August 25 , 2014

Local accounting firm, Twomeys, was awarded the National Marketing Innovation Award at Xero's annual conference, Xerocon, that was held in Sydney last Friday night.

Xerocon is one of the largest accounting tech conferences in Australia, with over 1300 attendees from the accounting, bookkeeping and financial advice industries.

Ms Erin Adams, Twomeys Xero Specialist and Marketing Manager, represented the firm at the conference and said the award was a pleasant surprise, but it was great reward for the efforts in bring an easy to use, on-line accounting package to small businesses and those who want to better manage their personal affairs.

"At Twomeys we seek to give our client the best through smart, innovative approaches to all we do and having this recognised at a national level is a great honour". Ms Adams Said.

The award panel looked at all Xero partner firms that did good marketing well, while stepping out and providing unique services that set their firm apart from their competitors, not just in quality but in innovative approach.

"Twomeys is one of the only firms in Australia with an in house Xero Specialist who helps guide clients though the changeover to Xero. Our specialist not only helps with conversions but also with add-ons and ways to improve whole business performance" Ms Adams said.

There are some powerful farming add-ons that will be coming to Xero in the next few months, and some very exciting partnerships with CGU and Telstra which will be of benefit for many small businesses.

"Cloud computing and accounting are growing forces and Xero is leading the way with small business always at the front of its mind." Ms Adams said.

Media Release - Release issues - August 25 , 2014