The Pulse • The upcoming US presidential election is contributing to market volatility and raising fears of a disputed election result, which could lead to market instability.
Working Australians have been promised bigger than expected tax cuts along with billions in increased spending on health and welfare for young and old. This was all made possible as Treasurer Josh Frydenberg delivered the good news that the Budget will soon be back in surplus for the first time since the Global Financial Crisis.
The 2019-2020 Federal Budget (Budget) has been delivered with Treasurer Josh Frydenburg announcing a ‘back in the black’ Budget, supporting a stronger economy and secure future for Australia. Frydenberg’s first Budget focuses on reducing the tax burden for the majority of working Australians, greater superannuation flexibility for retirees and a one-off energy relief payment for […]
This year’s Budget aims to ease cost of living pressures while ensuring the nation lives within its means. While aiming for ‘fairness, security and opportunity’, the budget offers a welcome emphasis on affordability and infrastructure.
The Budget was handed down on Tuesday 9 May 2017. Gone is the mantra of debt and deficit. First home savers, downsizers and small business are winners in Treasurer Scott Morrison’s second Budget – while taxpayers face an increase in the Medicare levy. The Treasurer has focused on fairness, security and opportunity; a ‘practical budget’, […]