What If I Earn More Than JobKeeper?

How often is JobKeeper paid to employers?

How often is JobKeeper paid to employers.

The government began reimbursing employers from the first week of May 2020 backdating eligible payments to the first full eligible pay period of March 2020.

The government now pays eligible employers on a monthly basis for up to six months or until the business doesn’t qualify..

Can you be fired while on JobKeeper?

The short answer is yes, you do still have the right to terminate an employee even while they are receiving JobKeeper.

What if I earn less than the JobKeeper payment?

If your eligible employees earn less than the JobKeeper amount (gross salary inclusive of PAYG withholding) per fortnight, you must pay them at least the JobKeeper amount in each fortnight to claim the JobKeeper payment. This is a ‘top up’ of their salary or wages and will ensure you remain eligible.

Can you get JobKeeper and still work?

You can obtain additional employment (casual, part-time, full-time or fixed term) and continue to be employed and paid JobKeeper by your casual employer. This is because the scheme was designed to allow you to earn additional income and still get JobKeeper support through your eligible employer.

Is JobKeeper back paid?

The JobKeeper payment is made to eligible employers as reimbursement after they have paid their eligible employees.

Can you get super on JobKeeper?

Eligible employees must receive, at a minimum, $1,500 per fortnight, before tax, and employers are able to top-up the payment. … But, you can decide if you want to pay superannuation on any additional wages paid because of the JobKeeper Payment.