A bequest to NBVLL
Leaving a gift in your Will to The Nurses Board of Victoria Legacy Limited is a way to honour and inspire Victorian nurses and midwives for years to come. Your gift can be allocated to a specific area if you choose, or may be allocated more broadly to an area of need. It is your gift and we value your input to ensure it is used as you have intended. If you are interested in leaving a gift and would like a confidential discussion, or would just like some more information, please feel free to contact the NBVLL Secretariat on[email protected]
TEMPLATES FOR REPORTS
IS YOUR GRANT/FELLOWSHIP TAXABLE?
USEFUL INFORMATION FROM THE ATO DURING COVID 19
- Nurse, Midwife or Carer Tax Time Poster - This poster provides helpful information on which expenses workers in those professions can and cannot claim at tax time.
- Healthcare Worker Toolkit – This toolkit contains four posters: one for nurses, midwives or carers; one for doctors, specialists or other medical professionals, one for cleaners and one for office workers. It also contains a general work-related expense guide for the healthcare sector.
- Pre-drafted social media posts and a newsletter article that you can include in your relevant communication channels (available on page 11 and 12 of the healthcare toolkit).
- Working from home Tax Time Poster– includes details for what can be claimed during this period (for any administrative staff who have transitioned to working from home).
In light of the current situation, the ATO will be implementing a series of administrative measures to further assist Australians currently experiencing financial difficulty as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak. Please visit www.ato.gov.au/coronavirus for more information on the different relief measures.
Employers looking to take advantage of the JobKeeper payment to register for updates at www.ato.gov.au/JobKeeper
links to external grants and scholarships
Books of interest
'The Act of Nursing: a history of nursing regulation in Victoria', Nurses Board of Victoria Legacy Limited, 2011, Katherine Sheedy
PUBLISHED RESEARCH FUNDED BY NBVLL GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS