Finally bringing down the knife: the Federal Government released a proposal to realign and redistribute personal income tax cuts legislation, to commence on 1 July 2024, for the 2025 financial return year.
Australians have been waiting…
For the past couple of years, you may have gotten used to your tax either costing less than you remember, or your refund being more generous. More money for you to spend on necessities, or an extra treat for the holidays.
But that won't…
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Thanks for all those who attended our webinar summarising the budget.
A recording is now available below:
For some more details read below:
There is nothing in this Budget that would create a UK style crisis.…
In September, amid a climate of startling interest rates, UK Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng announced a series of tax cuts, including the reduction of the top personal income tax rate that applies to those earning more than £150,000 from 45%…
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We know that the news can't stop talking about both the fuel excise reduction, and a $250 payment – and with the price of fuel at the moment it's no wonder.This budget is designed to help short term cost of living pressures (and…
The 2021-22 Federal Budget is a balancing act between a better than anticipated deficit ($106 bn), an impending election, and the need to invest in the long term.
Key initiatives include:
Extension of temporary full expensing and…
This years budget is all about jobs
In what has been billed as one of the most important budgets since the Great Depression, and the first since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic dragged Australia into its first recession in almost 30 years,…
Tuesday night Scott Morrisson handed down what can be best described as an pre-election Budget and in our opinion a very tax centric budget.
No major announcements of increases or decreases in service spend and It is still expected that…
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