$17,500 grants for small businesses with a payroll between $1 million and $4 million.
The $1 million payroll tax threshold (announced in October 2019) will be brought forward by six months to 1 July 2020.
The WA Government will waive rental payments for small businesses and not-for-profit groups in State Government-owned buildings for six months.
One-off $2,500 credit on electricity bills for small businesses that consume less than 50MWh per annum.
Power and water disconnections will not occur and interest will not be charged on deferred payments until 30 September for small businesses facing financial difficulty due to COVID-19. Please note: This applies to Synergy and Horizon Power customers.
Payroll tax will be waived for four months for businesses with annual wages under $7.5 million (NB: this replaces the previous payroll deferral measure which was announced).
Affected businesses can apply for interest free payment arrangements and for late payment penalties to be waved for a range of taxes and duties, including payroll tax, transfer duty, landholder duty, vehicle licence duty or land tax.
A range of business licence fees have been waived, including liquor licence renewal fees for 2020, which will be waived and refunds given to businesses that have already paid.