What will it mean for you?
With the election looming, Tuesday 29 March 2022 is firming up as the likely date for the Government to hand down the 2022-23 Federal Budget.
In an election year, anything is possible – proposed measures will form a key part of the Government's election platform.
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Ian has been involved in tax publishing for over 25 years. Prior to his tax writing career, Ian worked as a manager for a Big 4 accountancy firm and then with a firm that provided specialist tax advice for the music and recording industry.
Among other things, Ian is the author of the Australian GST Handbook, the GST Commentary Service, and the specialist income tax commentary services, as well as being a regular contributor to the news services.
Stuart Jones is a Senior Tax Writer with Thomson Reuters and a respected commentator on all matters superannuation. Stuart is the author of the Australian Superannuation Handbook and contributes extensively to other Thomson Reuters’ services, including the Australian Tax Handbook.