Thursday, 21 June 2018
The Glynde company - which employs 22 people and produces more than 100,000 tubs of yoghurt each week - is one of thousands of small businesses across South Australia to benefit from the payroll tax cuts to come into effect on January 1.
“This is a significant kick-starter for our economy and will make South Australia a far more attractive place in which to invest.
The Payroll Tax (Exemption for Small Business) Amendment Bill 2018, introduced to State Parliament, lifts the existing tax-exempt threshold from $600,000 to $1.5 million - saving companies up to $44,550 a year.
“This significant reform will put around $44 million a year back into the pockets of small businesses to reinvest into their operations to drive growth,’’ said Premier Marshall.
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