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2020-21 Victorian Budget

2020-21 Victorian Budget

The Highlights The Victorian Government will offer stamp duty discounts and spend close to $50 billion on other concessions, subsidies and projects in a bid to get hundreds of thousands of people back to work and breathe new life into a State economy battered and...

2020-21 Victorian Budget

The Highlights The Victorian Government will offer stamp duty discounts and spend close to $50 billion on other concessions, subsidies and projects in a bid to get hundreds of thousands of people back to work and breathe new life into a State economy battered and...

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2020-21 Victorian Budget

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Federal Budget 2020 | Aged Care Updates

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Federal Budget 2020 | Business Tax Changes

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The Budget has introduced temporary measures intending to stimulate business investment and deliver further cash flow benefits. Key insights To assist eligible businesses impacted by COVID-19, temporary tax loss carry-back measures have been introduced to offset...

Business Survival & Adaptation Package

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Welcome to Part Three of The Business Support Fund – Expansion. If small business has a choice, I am sure that they would prefer to have not been affected over the past six months by COVID-19 and would like to operate under normal circumstances like many other small...

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