Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister, Luke Hartsuyker, and the Minister for Small Business and Member for Riverina, Michael McCormack, today took part in an employment roundtable with Ri
Riverina Fresh is one of the growing number of local businesses adopting Australia’s new Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL) early, well ahead of the 30 June 2018 deadline.
An extension to the instant asset write-off, cuts in the company tax rate and incentives to work with State and Territory Governments to cut more red tape back localAN extension to the instant asse
TODAY’S announcement of a code of conduct for big business payment times to small business is welcomed, Small Business Minister Michael McCormack says.
- A major technical trade barrier to the UAE removed.
- Improved market access for beef and sheep meat worth up to $60 million annually.
- Will give industry more flexibility when
AN extension to the popular instant asset write-off programme is one step closer thanks to a Bill introduced to Parliament today, Small Business Minister Michael McCormack says.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum and 25 years since the Mabo decision, the Government has today launched a 50 cent commemorative coin and Australia Post stamp today.
CUTS to the tax rate for small businesses – down to the lowest level in many decades – backs small businesses in Toowoomba and the Darling Downs to grow, Member for Groom Dr John McVeigh says.
NOW is the time to spend more money locally, so small businesses can restart the heart of Lismore, Member for Page Kevin Hogan says.
SMALL businesses throughout the Forde electorate were boosted by additional support in last week’s Federal Budget, Federal Member for Forde Bert van Manen says.
FRESH from the 2017 Federal Budget, Small Business Minister Michael McCormack visited the Sunshine Coast today to meet with local businesses to discuss the benefits from the Government’s company ta
NOW’s the time for Hinkler’s small businesses to have a go, expand and create more jobs, Federal Member for Hinkler Keith Pitt says.
SMALL Business Minister Michael McCormack says small businesses have good reason to celebrate Queensland Small Business Week following last week’s Federal Budget boost for small business.
BABIES’ dummies and dummy chains will be subject to a single product safety standard following a review by the consumer watchdog, Small Business Minister Michael McCormack says.
SMALL Business Minister Michael McCormack has today extended the interim ban on the supply of certain types of decorative alcohol fuelled devices, also known as ethanol burners.
EXTENDING the instant asset write-off programme and incentive payments for cutting red tape are highlights of the Budget boost for small business, Small Business Minister Michael McCormack says.
PROTECTIONS for Australian consumers have been secured in this year’s Budget with increased penalties for companies and individuals that breach consumer law, Small Business Minister Michael McCo
A CUT in the company tax rate – to its lowest level in many decades – has been delivered in the House of Representatives this afternoon, Small Business Minister Michael McCormack says.
TAX cuts for small businesses across the Moore electorate are central in the Federal Government’s plan to grow the economy and create more jobs, Member for Moore Ian Goodenough says.
STARTING a small business in Australia is about to get even simpler, Small Business Minister Michael McCormack says, today releasing the Government’s response to the final report of the Productivit