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e Government’s economic plan and this Budget are building a stronger economy and securing a better future for all Australians. This Budget and our economic plan are: Returning the budget to surplus Delivering more jobs Providing lower taxes Guaranteeing essential services like Medicare, schools, hospitals and roads
e following links take you to that section of the 2019 Budget that affects you most.
ybody who has a Fringe Benefits Tax obligation should take an odometer reading of motor vehicles.
ndreds of thousands of businesses have been prompted by the ATO to get started with their Single Touch Payroll provisions, and its project lead at the tax office believes the business community is better prepared than it was for last year’s deadline.