(AU) The Federal Budget

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(AU) The Federal Budget

Welcome to Federal Budget Eve. 

 

How closely are you following the budget tomorrow night? Do you pore over the figures on the night to work out the repercussions for your clients? Or do you prefer to spend Wednesday onwards perusing the media and whitepapers and so on?

 

I'll have a couple of pieces to share with you on Wednesday, including:

 

  • A post discussing the impact of the budget on small business
  • A post summarising the budget as a whole
  • Tim Reed's reaction
  • A whitepaper going in-depth into the details

I'll post what I have here as it comes to hand. Stay tuned. 

 

There'll also be plenty of discussion on social media. It seems #budget2015 is the accepted Twitter tag - certainly it's what MYOB is using - so do follow along and join in the conversation with us. 

 

And please share any great links to stories in the comments below. Your conversation and input is ALWAYS welcome here. 

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Former Staff AlistairNestor
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Re: (AU) The Federal Budget

There's been a flurry of activity on the MYOB blog this morning. First up, MYOB CEO Tim Reed's observations: http://myob.com.au/blog/2015-16-federal-budget-delivers-boost-to-sme-investment-at-a-cost/

 

Collins SBA Principal Sean Devenish casts a critical eye over what each budget measure actually means for business: http://myob.com.au/blog/tax-changes-2015/ 

 

Amanda Gascoigne of Gascoigne Consulting and The Biz Buddy penned a post perfect for sharing with your small business clients: http://myob.com.au/blog/federal-budget-summary-2015/ 

 

Later today I'll provide a whitepaper authored by Leo Hollestelle, Chartered Accountant, and Joe Kaleb, Chartered Accountant and CEO of Australianbiz.

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