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Federal Budget 2016-17
The numbers game
Australia's Federal Budget 2016-17 is here. Download the report, watch the video overview and explore additional insights. Connect with us on Twitter (@FederalBudget) for the latest updates and analysis.
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Deloitte Federal Budget 2016-17 analysis
The 2016-17 Federal Budget has now been handed down and from a business tax
For more information on this year’s Budget measures, we invite you to download the Deloitte Federal Budget 2016-17 analysis.
Our team will be analysing the details of the Budget papers and will release a series of Tax Insights into what the big changes mean for business. Please ensure you visit this Federal Budget page over the coming days to download these Insights.
Federal Budget Webinar - 4 May
Deloitte Federal Budget 2016-17: The numbers game
At 9:00am on 4 May 2016, Vik Khanna (Partner, Deloitte Tax), David Watkins (Partner, Deloitte Tax) and Doug Ross (Director, Deloitte Access Economics) provided insight into the important elements of the 2016-17 Federal Budget.
Deloitte Federal Budget 2016-17 analysis translations
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Federal Budget 2016 - 2017 Insights
2016 Federal Budget speech & Opposition reply word clouds
An analysis of the Treasurer’s speech on 3 May shows that jobs, growth and economic plans were firmly at the top of the Government’s agenda, whereas analysis of Labor's response shows working and middle class families is their focus.
Read more on the blog
By David Watkins and Peta McFarlane, 22 April, 2016 - The Government is relying on the Federal Budget to provide a launching pad for the election campaign; to re-frame public focus on economic leadership.
Explore the complete D.com blog post here.
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