Buying a Childcare Centre? Force Majeure Clauses in Contracts With the spread of COVID-19 the potential impact of force majeure clauses in contracts. Force majeure clauses seek to deal with the impact on contracts of events which are out of the control of the contracting party. They govern the relief
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Community Child Care Fund (CCCF) Special Circumstances Grant The Early Learning Management team have started gathering the details that are required to submit a claim at the end of the first week of April 2020 for this additional funding. We can only claim a maximum of 4 weeks in arrears.
Finance – Childcare March Quarter BAS Lodgement Currently, we are making sure we are on top of the March figures, so we can process the March BAS as soon as possible. Within this BAS the business will receive a 300% credit of the March PAYG amount. Monthly PAYG Withholders will
Over the past two weeks – and it is hard to believe it has only been that long. Businesses all over the world have been scrambling to keep up with changes to not only their daily trading practices but also their finances and the long-term implications of prolonged business disruption.
Cash Flow Management in the Face of COVID-19 Cash is key in the months ahead, so understanding and managing cash flow levels have become essential. We know some people require some assistance, so we have outlined some areas and initial points of where to start to make your cash last
Generating Requests for a New Funding Model Nowadays, high-quality childcare has become essential for proper functioning, both for the family and the community. However, the cost of early education has raised many questions concerning the fact of whether it is treated as a necessity or a luxury good? According
An Increase in Child Care Services Attendance Numbers According to the recently released Report on Government Services 2020, the number of Australian Government Child Care Benefit approved child care services shows a significant increase of 1.6 percent in 2019 from the previous year. More specifically, 1,304,002 children aged 0-12 years
Women contribute $345 billion in unpaid childcare work every year Childcare has been an important public policy issue for some years now because of the steady growth in female employment participation since the 1970s. While government subsidies for childcare are significant, with little doubt that access to affordable and high-quality
Education Council the 2018–19 ACECQA Annual Report According to The Board of the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA), the 2018-2019 year was characterised with four main challenges in the children’s education and care sector – efficiency, accountability and transparency, consistency and quality. Children’s education and care in
Childcare in Australia is Growing The first five years of life are crucial to children’s cognitive, social and emotional development. When children have inclusive, positive and productive early learning experiences, they are more likely to go on to become successful learners, with high levels of wellbeing. Early childhood education