Hot Issues
spacer
Trumponomics and investment markets
spacer
Tools for budgeting, cash flow, Super and more ….
spacer
How much super should I have at my age?
spacer
How tax deductible personal super contributions work
spacer
The rise of the gig economy and side gigs (thanks to technology)
spacer
Statistics for all Australians
spacer
Watch out for tax scams
spacer
After the Australian household debt and east coast housing booms
spacer
Now’s the time for tax planning
spacer
Why it pays to contribute to your partner's super
spacer
Australia by numbers – Update
spacer
How to deal with financial stress – nearly 1 in 3 affected
spacer
Federal Budget 2018 – Overview
spacer
Your Budget
spacer
4 components of our 2018 Federal Budget
spacer
US China trade war fears – Q & A
spacer
Tools to help you manage your financial position are available on our site.
spacer
7 ways to boost your super
Article archive
spacer
Quarter 2 April - June 2018
spacer
Quarter 1 January - March 2018
spacer
Quarter 4 October - December 2017
spacer
Quarter 3 July - September 2017
spacer
Quarter 2 April - June 2017
spacer
Quarter 1 January - March 2017
spacer
Quarter 4 October - December 2016
spacer
Quarter 3 July - September 2016
spacer
Quarter 2 April - June 2016
spacer
Quarter 1 January - March 2016
spacer
Quarter 4 October - December 2015
spacer
Quarter 2 April - June 2015
spacer
Quarter 1 January - March 2015
Federal Budget 2018 – Overview

     

The Australian economy in its 27th year of consecutive growth.

Business conditions are at the highest level since the global financial crisis.

1,000 jobs a day on average over the past year.

Global growth at fastest pace in six years.

The budget focuses on 5 main areas:

  1. Tax relief to encourage and reward working Australians
  2. Keep backing business to invest and create more jobs
  3. Guaranteeing the essential services that Australians rely on
  4. Keeping Australians Safe
  5. Ensuring that the Government lives within its means

Read more ........

Australian Federal Government