Federal Budget 2018-19
How will you be affected?
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How will the 2018 Federal Budget affect you and your clients?
It’s almost that time of the year again. On 8 May the 2018-19 Federal Budget will be handed down by the Treasurer. Thomson Reuters Tax News Division will once again be at Parliament House on budget night preparing their comprehensive and detailed Checkpoint Weekly Tax Bulletin (WTB) Federal Budget Report 2018.
The report will contain Thomson Reuters’ acclaimed coverage and analysis across a wide range of issues including:
Business and international tax
Social security – and more.
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But for now, let’s look at what factors could influence the Budget’s outcome.
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