WA Federal Budget Breakfast 2013

Event Date: 
17 May 2013
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
21 Mounts Bay Road

Presented by Professor Neville Norman, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Melbourne

Having written, read and criticised Federal Budgets for three decades, Prof. Neville Norman will explain, evaluate and assess the business implications of all that can be scoured from this most significant economic event of the year, perhaps even of the decade.

Federal Budgets present the biggest single set of business-relevant decisions and plans in any financial year. The upcoming 2013 budget is a critical one as the Labor Government continues the longest election campaign in Australian history. The upcoming Federal Budget offers the Gillard government options for gripping temptations such as:

Will the Government put out significant sweeteners (including to business) to prevent what looks like disaster for it in the September elections?
Will it try to 'signal another surplus' to curry favour with the financial sector?
Can it do both by building on optimistic signs in the economy and embed them in its economic forecasts?
Are there any more tax changes and messages for accountants and their clients?
What will the impact be from proposed changes to taxation on SMSFs?

To register, download the registration form or register online.

For more information:

WA Event Delivery
Phone: 08 9420 0400

Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia
9420 0400
9321 5141
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