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Federal Budget 2024-25 | Hall Chadwick

Federal Budget - Perspective The Federal Treasurer, Dr Jim Chalmers, handed down the 2024–25 Federal Budget at 7:30 pm (AEST) on 14 May 2024. Described as a “responsible Budget that helps people under pressure today” , the Treasurer has forecast a second consecutive surplus of $9.3 billion. The main priorities of the government, as reflected in the Budget, are helping with the cost of living, building more housing, investing in skills and education, strengthening Medicare and responsible economic management to help fight inflation. The key tax measures announced in the Budget include extending the $20,000 instant asset write-off for eligible businesses by 12 months until 30 June 2025, introducing tax incentives for hydrogen production and critical minerals production, strengthening foreign resident [...]

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Federal Budget 2022-23 | Hall Chadwick

A Budget for the current conditions The Federal Treasurer, Dr Jim Chalmers, handed down the Albanese Government's first Federal Budget at 7:30pm (AEDT) on 25 October 2022. Despite an uncertain global economic environment, the Treasurer has lauded Australia's low unemployment and strong export prices as reason for a 3.5% growth in the current financial year, slowing to 1.5% in 2023–24. The Budget projects a deficit of $36.9 billion, lower than the forecast earlier this year of $78 billion. Described as a sensible Budget for the current conditions, it contains various cost of living relief measures including cheaper child care, expanding paid parental leave and encouraging downsizing to free up housing stock. Key tax measures are targeted at multinationals, particularly changes [...]

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Federal Budget 2024-2025 – Perspectives
15 May 2024

Described as a “responsible Budget that helps people under pressure today”, the Treasurer has forecast a second consecutive surplus of $9.3 billion. The main priorities of the government, as reflected in the Budget, are helping with the cost of living, building more housing, investing in skills and education, strengthening Medicare and responsible economic management to help fight inflation.……
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We’ve had a win… a UPE is not a loan!
3 Oct 2023
After 11 months of eagerly waiting, our client, Mr. Bendel, has won in Bendel v Commissioner of Taxation. The AAT has ruled that an unpaid present entitlement (“UPE”) of a corporate beneficiary against a trust is not a loan within the meaning of s109D(3) of ITAA 36…..
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