WA budget provides tax relief for SMEs

The state budget will deliver $123 million tax relief, mainly in payroll and land tax, as part of measures to support business and jobs.


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Subiaco, Perth
About time. At last a government that realises business can and will continue to employ more people if we can afford it. This is particularly galling for small businesses that are not making profit, which are the same ones most likely to be forced to let people go, but are still hit with tens of thousands of dollars in payroll tax, money which could be spent on employing staff.

VIctoria Park
This is a start, it should be made permanent, a tax for either employing too many people or paying your staff too much money is no incentive for small busines to employ people or pay them what they deserve to be paid.

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