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Federal Budget 2013-14

Deloitte's Federal Budget insights
The balancing act

Federal Budget 2013: Turns out the Magic Pudding isn’t magic any more. For a decade now Australian Treasurers have been pulling rabbits out of the budget hat – delivering better-than-expected budgets despite a ton of tax cuts, a flurry of family benefits, and a bevy of baby bonuses.

But now the rabbit is dead.

Deloitte Access Economics and Deloitte Tax have spent the night analysing the Federal Budget papers and what the changes to the budget mean for business and taxpayers. For more budget information download our Federal Budget 2013 Summary Brief below. You can also:

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2013-14 Federal Budget
2013-14 Federal Budget | Stuart Osborne [03:18 mins]
Who are the potential winners and losers from the 2013-2014 Budget?
Who are the potential winners and losers from the 2013-2014 Budget? | Chris Richardson [02:22 mins]
What taxes are likely to change?
What taxes are likely to change? | Chris Richardson, Vik Khanna and Henry Ergas [04:13 mins]
Potential changes to thin capitalisation rules. Are you prepared?
Potential changes to thin capitalisation rules. Are you prepared? | Claudio Cimetta [02:20 mins]
Multinational tax and reputation risk - are you prepared?
Multinational tax and reputation risk - are you prepared? | Geoff Gill & Anita Paddock [04:23 mins]
The impact of the superannuation changes
The impact of the superannuation changes | Russell Mason [02:30mins]
How to get Budget updates fast
How to get Budget updates fast | Chris Richardson [00:57 mins]
What will Deloitte examine in the Budget?
What will Deloitte examine in the Budget? | Chris Richardson [00:59 mins]

 

Newsroom

Budget changes to Funds Management industry mean more costs
14 May 2013
Restrictions placed on offshore banking units’ activities
14 May 2013
Government acts quickly to prevent fall out from RCF decision and closes other loopholes
14 May 2013
ATO receives big boost from Budget
14 May 2013
Thin cap changes consistent with Basel III
14 May 2013
Superannuation changes confirmed
14 May 2013
Government announces major tax changes to consolidation rules
14 May 2013
Sighs of relief from superannuants
14 May 2013
Self-education deductions limited
14 May 2013
Private companies and SMEs kept waiting on tax reform
14 May 2013
No R&D for large Australian based multinationals
14 May 2013
Financing costs hit with a non-deductible sledgehammer
14 May 2013
Budget Monitor | Executive summary: Dude, where’s my $12 billion?
7 May 2013
Buddy, can you spare $12 billion?
29 April 2013
Business Outlook: Australia still in cost cutting mode
23 April 2013
Government’s Superannuation changes need to be simplified and easily administered, says Deloitte
5 April 2013

 

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Additional insights

Thin capitalisation changes
Examines consequences, actions and options for organisations impacted by the announcement of tightened thin capitalisation in the 2013-14 Federal Budget.
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Budget Monitor, May 2013
Chris Richardson authors Deloitte Access Economics’ Budget Monitor publication - the best source of accurate and independent projections of Federal Budget trends in Australia, which includes detailed estimates of future spending and revenue levels.  Produced twice per year, Budget Monitor's track record of accuracy is renowned.
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