Cashflow Boost Calculator
Use the chatbot below to help you estimate the credit you will receive from the ATO as a part of the COVID-19 Economic Stimulus package.
Key Assumptions
Boosting Cash Flow:

The payment will be delivered by the ATO as an automatic credit in the activity statement system from 28 April 2020 upon employers lodging eligible upcoming activity statements.

Eligible employers that withhold tax to the ATO on their employees’ salary and wages will receive a payment equal to 100 per cent of the amount withheld, up to a maximum payment of $50,000.

Eligible employers that pay salary and wages will receive a minimum payment of $10,000, even if they are not required to withhold tax.

If the amount to be credited below is the initial $10,000 minimum, no further amounts will be paid until what the entity is entitled to be paid exceeds the $10,000 minimum.

Additional Payment:

50% of the total paid in the first cash flow boost payment will be credited back in Apr-June and July-Sep quarters equally provided the employer is still active.

More info on cashflow assistance can be found here.
Boosting Cash Flow:

300% of March PAYG to normalise January to March quarter.

A minimum of $10,000 credited on first lodgement and a maximum of $50,000 for the first cash flow boost payment.

If the amount to be credited is below the initial $10,000 minimum, no further amounts will be paid until what the entity is entitled to be paid exceeds the $10,000 minimum.

April, May and June PAYG credits will be 100% of PAYG witheld for those respective months provided the total boost does not exceed $50,000.

Additional Payment:

25% of the total paid in the first cash flow boost payment between the months of March to June will be distributed and paid in each month from June to Aug, provided the employer is still active.

More info on cashflow assistance can be found here.
This forecast tool is based on the ATO guidance and the Boosting Cash Flow for Employers (Coronavirus Economic Response Package) Bill 2020.

It is subject to change and is provided as a guide. For more information on financial assistance, eligibility and timing for the new government support for Australian businesses, visit business.gov.au.