Reports on Australian Business
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Update : More Australian and state Budget Documents below
2011 Budget, 2012 budget, States Budget
Australian Budget 2010 at a glance
Lodging your tax returns to become easier and everybody to get default $500 to $1000 in deductions in a phased ( 2012 – 2013 ) manner
50% Tax discount for first $1000 of investment income.
Tax relief for foriegn investors in managed funds
Goverment And Business Spending
$5.6 bn infrastructure fund spending over for ten years
$661 spending for training for apprenticeships , training ,adult literacy and numeracy programs
$1,bn for all freight projects which will benefit the mining sector
National network of primary care services.
Henry Review tax reform at a glance
- Lower paid workers (up to $37,000) will get a $500 government contribution to offset tax on their super contributions
- Increase in employer superannuation contributions from 9 percent to 12 percent starting in 2013. According to the treasurer, that will give a 30 year old on an average salary an extra $108,000 at retirement.
- A new 40 percent tax on resources profits (Resource Super Profits Tax) from July 1 2012. Taxes profits instead of production. State resources levies will remain but resources companies will be compensated by the Commonwealth.
- Company tax to be cut from 30 percent to 28 percent by 2015 with small business to get cuts early uin 2012/13
- Small business will be able to immediately write off assets of up to $5000 in a single depreciation pool
- Changes to income tax and simpler tax returns to be announced in the coming months
- No changes to property taxes
Australian Federal budget 2010
According to the Treasurer, Australia now has “a budget position that is the envy of the developed world.
”Net debt is forecast to peak earlier and lower than expected at 6.1% of GDP, or just over $90 billion, in 2011-12.
That’s less than one-tenth the average of the major economies.
The budget’s economic forecasts are also up-beat, allowing the Treasurer to boast in his address to Parliament that “unemployment … is expected to fall further from 5.3 per cent today to 4.75 per cent by mid-2012, around the level consistent with full employment.”
2012 -2013 Australian Budget – Review – Link