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eNews – Federal ‘Securing Australia’s Recovery’ Budget 2021-22

The 2021-22 Federal Budget was recently delivered on 11 May 2021 by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg.

This year’s Budget papers have provided us with key information on Australia’s current and forecast economic and fiscal position (including expenditure and revenue) and the Government’s policy priorities (and accompanying proposed policy measures to achieve them). The focus for this Budget is on securing Australia’s recovery by creating jobs, guaranteeing the essential services, and building a more secure and resilient Australia.

Below we have provided an article covering the main proposed policy measures that may be relevant to you, and two videos that may be of interest if you want to know more.

Please contact us if you wish to discuss any aspect of this year’s Budget.

What the Federal Budget means to you.

In order to understand exactly how the proposed changes in the Federal Budget could affect your financial position, we’ve prepared a comprehensive summary in this Budget 2021-22 Fact Sheet.

2021 Budget: The ‘Securing Australia’s Recovery’ proposed measures

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg delivered the 2021-22 Federal Budget on 11 May 2021. We provide an overview of several key proposed policy measures that may be relevant to you.

2021 Budget: Leigh Sales and Treasurer Josh Frydenberg

In the 2021-22 Federal Budget, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg announced many proposed policy measures—ABC News’ Leigh Sales interviews the Treasurer to further discuss these proposed policy measures.

2021 Budget: Key proposed policy measures explained

ABC News’ James Glenday unpacks the 2021-22 Federal Budget—Australia’s economic and fiscal position, as well as the Government’s policy priorities (and proposed policy measures).