Category Archives: Tax

Election 2019: A vote for continuity in an uncertain world

Election 2019: A vote for continuity in an uncertain world

The Liberal/National Party Coalition has been returned to government, as Australians chose continuity over change and cautious economic management over Labor’s ambitious reform agenda.  Although Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s election spending promises were more modest than Labor’s, they will still deliver economic stimulus in the form of personal tax cuts and other initiatives. This is […]

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What will the budget mean to you?

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 GFC. The only […]

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International Women’s Day: Has anything changed?

International Women’s Day: Has anything changed?

Women and girls make up just over half (50.7%) of the Australian population. While women comprise roughly 47% of all employees in Australia, they take home on average $251.20 less than men each week (full-time adult ordinary earnings). The national gender “pay gap” is 15.3% and it has remained stuck between 15% and 19% for […]

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