COVID-19 resource centre

COVID-19 resource centre

“We are open for business and adhering to COVID safe requirements.

Online/video conferencing, email and phone appointments are available during lockdown periods.” 

Government stimulus package Incentives

To find out more about the various incentives and programmes available to assist employees, business owners, retirees and investors affected by COVID-19, we recommend making a time to talk to one of our accounting professionals.

The best way to receive reliable information that is matched against your specific circumstances is through seeking professional advice. This will ensure you take advantage of any benefits you are legally able to receive. Some of the policies can be confusing or complicated.

Servicing options

Our Success Tax Professionals network of practices offer a range of servicing methods that you can choose from. These methods are available permanently. That’s right – not just during the Coronavirus pandemic.

To find out which of the following options your Success Tax Professionals practice provides:

  1. Find your practice here
  2. Click on their red ‘Visit our practice here’ link
  3. Scroll down to ‘Servicing Options’ (near ‘Details’ and ‘Hours’)

General methods include:

  • In person at an office (with additional containment measures during COVID-19 such as social distancing and use of screens)
  • Mobile services
  • Email
  • Phone
  • Online video (e.g. Zoom, Skype, Google Hangouts, etc)
  • Messenger apps/programmes (e.g. Skype, WhatsApp, WeChat, etc)
  • Pop-up kiosk at a shopping centre (seasonal)

Any questions or concerns, feel free to contact your chosen practice.

External Resources

  • job seeker payment

    JobKeeper Payment

    Enrolment is now open for the government's $130 billion JobKeeper Payment scheme. Learn more...

  • Income support

    COVID-19 - Home Affairs

    Stay informed about key developments in the Australian Government’s response to COVID-19. Learn more...

  • tax agent

    COVID-19 - accessing your super

    Steps to take before you withdraw super. Learn more...

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Essential coronavirus information from the Australian government.

JobKeeper Payment

Essential JobKeeper information from the Treasury.

COVID-19 health alert

The latest official medical advice and case numbers.

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