FEDERAL BUDGET 2017 FACTSHEETS

What does the Federal Budget mean for Individuals?

First home savers, downsizers and small business are winners in Federal Budget 2017.

Read more

Farmers to benefit from fully funded Inland Rail project.

The Government has committed $8.4bn to build a freight-only rail from Melbourne to Brisbane.

Read more

Less red tape and an ongoing tax benefit for small business

The Federal Budget offered small business measures to boost competition, reduce red tape and extend the asset write-off.

Read more

Health has benefited from Budget 2017 – to some extent

It’s a mixed bag for health in this Federal Budget. Some strong measures will stabilise the sector – but they’re still too short term.

Read more

Schools win in number of new measures for education

While the Government has abandoned its previous higher education policies, university fees are on the rise as are loan repayments.

Read more

VIDEOS:  what does the budget mean for you and your business

First home savers, downsizers and small business are the winners in Treasurer Scott Morrison’s second Budget – while taxpayers face […]

Listen to Alan Oster bringing you expert insights to what the budget means for you and your business.
* As this is a live broadcast, commentary cannot be made here. Follow @NAB on twitter.

More for business customers and regional areas, but will the promise of red tape being cut ever be realised? Budget 2017 insight.

It was a busy budget this year for NAB customers, with a wide range of measures from infrastructure to education to Medicare. Alan Oster, NAB Group Chief Economist, shares his view and NAB’s long term growth outlook.

INSIGHTS

NAB’s Executive General Manager, Capital Financing, Steve Lambert talks about the 2017 Federal Budget impact on infrastructure, in particular the Western Sydney Airport, Inland Freight Rail and Snowy Hydro Scheme projects.

Virtually no market reaction in offshore markets to last night’s Federal Budget, which has seen Fitch and Moody’s quickly out affirming their prevailing AAA sovereign ratings. We haven’t yet heard from Standard & Poor’s.

First home savers, downsizers and small business are the winners in Treasurer Scott Morrison’s second Budget – while taxpayers face […]

First home savers, downsizers and small business are winners in Federal Budget 2017.

Listen to Alan Oster bringing you expert insights to what the budget means for you and your business.
* As this is a live broadcast, commentary cannot be made here. Follow @NAB on twitter.

This year’s Federal Budget included some highly anticipated features and some real surprises. We’ve broken it down by sector.

The Federal Budget offered small business measures to boost competition, reduce red tape and extend the asset write-off.

First home savers, downsizers and small business are winners in Federal Budget 2017.

More for business customers and regional areas, but will the promise of red tape being cut ever be realised? Budget 2017 insight.

It was a busy budget this year for NAB customers, with a wide range of measures from infrastructure to education to Medicare. Alan Oster, NAB Group Chief Economist, shares his view and NAB’s long term growth outlook.

There are some great wins for business in this year’s Federal Budget. Cindy Batchelor, NAB Business Executive, shares what matters most.

As expected, the centerpiece of this Budget is increased infrastructure spending, a new Housing Affordability plan, Gonski 2.0 and increased emphasis on the “Operating Fiscal Balance” (“good” versus “bad” deficits).

Articles posted by month