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A data matching program designed to identify and address non-compliance with tax and super obligations is under way in relation to government payments for the 2018–2019 to 2022–2023 income years. It covers most services that the Commonwealth Government pays third-party program providers to deliver.

 

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The ATO is sending its strongest message on debt enforcement since the pandemic, says Grant Thornton.

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The following links are to the latest state and federal government plans, schemes, programs, and initiatives to help businesses and individuals manage the impact of yet further national hardships.

 

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With a federal election only a couple of months away, find out who's getting a cash boost — and who's not — in Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's latest budget.

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There are hundreds of pages and summaries you can read about this year's Federal Budget but this video is the only comprehensive option you can watch.

 

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Part 2:  The second half of a detailed breakdown of last night’s Federal Budget.  Also included are the budget documents themselves for those who like their information to be as granular as possible.  Part 2 is set out in this way to help quickly find information that affects you, your family, and your region.

 

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Part 1:  Any government Budget consists of information about all areas the respective government manages for the tax payer.  The Federal Budget is no exception and set out below are half of the areas this year's Budget covered.  It is set out in this way to help quickly find information that effects you, your family and your region.

 

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The following links are to the latest state and federal government plans, schemes, programs, and initiatives to help businesses and individuals manage the impact of yet further national hardships.

 

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The following is a breakdown of the major parts of the Federal Budget delivered last night by the Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg. 

 

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Between the 1st of July 2022 to the 1st of July 2026 there will be five SG increases.

 

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