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[Social News]     28 Jun 2020
Each state government is looking at reducing the burden on families during the epidemic. As the pace of the new fiscal year approaches, major reforms are coming across Australia to help economic recover from the new crown. As of 1 July of previous years, taxes and fees and service charges are usually increased with inflation. This year, however, as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, state gover...

As the new fiscal year approaches, big changes are coming across australia to help economic recover from the new crown.

As of 1 July of previous years, taxes and fees and service charges are usually increased with inflation. This year, however, as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, state government are focusing on reducing the burden on families. This means that vehicle registration fees, tolls and energy fees will be reduced for some families and will benefit from childcare subsidies.

Vehicle registration fee

In July this year, the new state's vehicle registration fee and license fee will remain unchanged. Annual increases due to changes in the Consumer Price Index (Consumer Price Index) will be deferred.

Victoria, Western Australia, Capital Territory, Northern Territory and Tazhou have also announced increases in vehicle registration fees to help families in financial distress.

SA also reduced vehicle registration fees and third-party compulsory insurance (CTP) costs by an average of A $200.

However, vehicle registration fees in Queensland will continue to increase by 1.8 per cent from July 1.

Crossing fees

The tolls for the Trans-City Tunnel (Cross City Tunnel), the Eastern Main Road (Eastern Distributor), the Mountain (Hills) M2 Expressway and the Blue Valley Tunnel (Lane Cove Tunnel) increased by 1 to 8 Australian cents in Sydney.

Pass rates will also rise in virginia and brisbane, but the cost of connecting to kunzhou M7 airport (AirportLink) will not be adjusted until january 1.

However, drivers in economic distress as a result of the outbreak may apply to join the toll credit scheme. The plan will be launched on July 1 for 3 months.

toll road operator Transurban also said the company had returned a $3 million over the past three months to 20,000 front-line anti-epidemic personnel.

Energy costs

The Australian Energy Authority (AER) will launch a new default market offer (DMO). In New State, Southeast Queensland and South Australia, the default price limits the contract prices that retailers charge to residential and small business users.

According to the Energy Regulatory Authority (EAA), South Australia's "universal circulate a notice" contract users could save an average of $109 by fiscal year 2020-21. Users in southeastern Queensland can save an average of A $62. But in the new state, the price changes little, will be between a $3 increase to a $9 reduction.

Origin Energy has pledged to cut the state's electricity price by an average of 5.6%, or A $127, from July 1, when it set a stand-alone default market offer.

Energy spending by households in the capital's territories will also fall by an average of 2.56%.

The WA government has worked with energy suppliers Synergy and Horizon Power to ensure that there will be no price increases during the New Crown crisis and no power cuts due to late payment of electricity bills.

A number of eligible users also receive a grant of $305.25 under the state's energy grant scheme (Energy Assistance Payment).

Childcare subsidies

Federal government will terminate the free childcare program on July 13 and restart the childcare subsidy program.

Under the Child Care Subsidy Scheme, parents' child care costs will be significantly reduced if the child is aged 13 or below and is not in secondary school.

A proportion of the government allowance received by a family is based on the total annual income of the family and the number of hours a child needs to be cared for.

A $100" Creative Children "(Creative Kids) voucher is also available for school-age children attending art courses such as music and dance in New State. Active Children (Active Kids) will also provide a voucher of $100 for children participating in sports activities.

Small business grants

A $10,000 Small Business Recovery Grant (Small Business Recovery Grant) can be applied for by a small company in New State affected by the

The grant is intended to support the reopening of businesses closed as a result of the outbreak. The deadline for enterprises to apply for subsidies is 11:59 p.m. on June 30.

Queensland is extending the Small Business COVID-19 Epidemic Adaptation Grant (Small Business COVID-19Adaption Grant Program) to provide at least A $2000 and at most A $10,000 for businesses forced to shut down.

A one-off Business Support Fund (Business Support Fund), valued at $10,000, was established in Virginia. companies in the state that annually issue taxable salary of not more than $3 million will also be exempt from salary tax for fiscal year 2019-20.

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