A changing tax landscape? Insights from the Government and Opposition tax policies

1 min  09.04.2019
With a Federal election to be called shortly, 'Budget week' defined the policy differences between both major parties. This report explores the tax policies announced by both sides as we head into the next election and comments on how this might impact business.

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg handed down the 2019 – 2020 Federal budget on 2 April 2019, revealing a clear policy agenda by the Government. Subsequently, on 4 April 2019, the Opposition leader Bill Shorten delivered the Budget-in-reply address which confirmed a series of Labor's tax policies.

The implications will be quite different depending on which party is successful in the upcoming Federal election.

We reflect on the policies announced by both the Federal Government and the Australian Labor Party.


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