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Federal Budget 2022-23: “targeted” cash misses the mark on true reform

Australia - March 29 2022 Last year, we wondered why we have a Budget night anymore. Not much has changed. Budget surpluses remain off the agenda for the forecast period. With…

Matthew Charman, Julian Cheng, Patrice Elias, Mark Goldsmith, Muhunthan Kanagaratnam, Alina Sedmak, Kyle Teh

Guide for Foreign Investors to Taxation in Australia

Australia - July 29 2021 The Australian tax system is known to be one of the most complex in the world. We have set out a basic description of the more significant taxes that…

Matthew Charman, Muhunthan Kanagaratnam, Alina Sedmak

Australian Federal Budget Analysis 2021-2022

Australia - May 11 2021 Whereas last year’s Budget was “unprecedented”, this year’s 2021-22 Federal Budget is “predictable” in its stated aim of “securing Australia’s…

Matthew Charman, Julian Cheng, Patrice Elias, Mark Goldsmith, Muhunthan Kanagaratnam, Alexis Koumas, Alina Sedmak

Federal Budget 2020: Debt + Spending = Jobs

Australia - October 6 2020 As many have said, we find ourselves in “unprecedented” times. Unprecedented from a health perspective, a socio-economic perspective, some may even…

Matthew Charman, Julian Cheng, Patrice Elias, Mark Goldsmith, Muhunthan Kanagaratnam, Alina Sedmak

COVID-19: business stimulus measures - 2nd edition

Australia - March 30 2020 This is our second edition of the Federal, State and Territory Governments stimulus packages. The Federal Government alone, in the space of three…

Patrice Elias, Mark Goldsmith, Muhunthan Kanagaratnam, Alina Sedmak