Australian Federal Budget 2021

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Whilst it may be a return to the normal timeslot for the Federal Budget in 2021, it may not be a normal Budget.  With the release of the Retirement Income Review in late 2020, the end of COVID-19 stimulus measures in March 2021 (but not necessarily the end of the economic impact), and the last Budget before the next Federal election, this year’s Federal Budget is expected to contain a number of significant announcements.

BT is here to help. Bryan Ashenden, BT’s Head of Financial Literacy, and his team will analyse the Federal Budget 2021-22 and break it down into meaningful insights and tools to help you distil the information most relevant for your clients. This content will be available the morning of Wednesday 12 May 2021. 

Join us for a special de-briefing the day after the 2021 Federal Budget as we dissect what the Budget contains and the wealth impacts for clients, financial advisers and advice businesses. We will be hosting two webinars on the 12 May, please register below for the time which best suits your schedule. (Please note - both webinars will cover the same content). This webinar will be accredited with CPD by the FPA.

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The content in this page has been prepared for use by advisers only and must not be made available to any client.

This content has been prepared by BT, a part of Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141 AFSL and Australian Credit Licence 233714 (Westpac) and is current as at 22 April 2021.

The information regarding taxation and legislative change is based on policy announcements which are yet to be passed as legislation and may be subject to future change.