Federal Budget Overview 2022/23
Last night, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg delivered the 2022/23 Federal Budget, setting the Government up for their pre-election.
With a May election fast approaching, there was a lot of anticipation that this Federal Budget would provide much needed support for households in managing the cost of living. While borders have opened, many business in several key sectors are still feeling the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and were also looking for some key measures to help get them back on their feet.
On the 29 March 2022, the Treasurer announced the Goverment’s plan for long-term economic growth in Australia, through job creation and focusing on investment in essential services and defence. The SW team has navigated the papers to find key measures for industry and sectors.
Take a look at our Fast Facts below or watch the full recording of the Budget Breakfast.
Did you miss out on our Federal Budget webinar?
Check out Catherine Birch, ANZ Senior Economist and our panel of experts as they shared their insights and key takeaways from the Budget.
Mandarin Overview – Federal Budget 2022/23
Watch our Mandarin team summarise the key announcements from this year’s Budget. SW’s team of Asian business experts deliver their insight into the challenges and practical opportunities.
What does the Federal Budget mean for you?
Our Fast Facts provide an overview of the budget insights and potential opportunities from our team of experts. Tailored to your industry or business type, SW also reviews if the Federal Budget support measured up to expectations.
Take a look at what the Federal Budget means for you in 2022: