This time last year, Clodagh Harris’s life looked very different.
Her pub in Collingwood, in Melbourne’s inner city, was bustling and business was good.
Now, after months of lockdowns, and with restrictions still in place for indoor dining, the pub remains closed.
Clodagh and her eight permanent staff are living off the JobKeeper subsidy, what’s left of their savings and the superannuation they were able to access under the early-release scheme.
We spoke to Clodagh about the change, and a financial counsellor about the resources available for people who are experiencing financial stress.
How JobKeeper is changing
Starting September 28, employees on JobK…
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