Listen to Alan Oster, NAB’s Group Chief Economist, Tom Elliott, 3AW Drive Host and Vicki Macdermid, Partner at Pitcher Partners, bringing you expert insights to what the budget means for you and your business.

This Weekly is being released early as a preview of next Tuesday’s Federal Budget, likely the last before the next election, which is due by 18 May 2019.

Based on responses from the March 2018 Quarterly Business Survey.

With far-reaching changes to super just around the corner, business owners need to understand what they will mean to them – before July 1.

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.
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Tax measures for customers focused on Medicare, small business and housing affordability in Federal Budget 2017.

Federal Budget 2017 shows little change in the Government’s budget position in the next two years, but a more rapid improvement thereafter. However, increased infrastructure and education spending should be positive for long-term growth.

Big cuts in corporate and individual taxation are key to Mr Trump’s election platform, aiming to boost the business sector and deliver increased spending power across the income spectrum.

The end of financial year is the time to get things in order. Here are 12 strategies that could help you build and protect your personal wealth in a tax-effective manner.

Read more to learn how you could use asset-backed securities in your portfolio

The budget delivers benefits to more small businesses.

Read the significant changes to superannuation in the 2016 Federal Budget analysis.

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