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1 April 2022
This Federal Budget has placed focus on securing Australia’s economic recovery. We’ve outlined the key elements that may affect you.
15 January 2021
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Alex Vrahos as a Partner of Baumgartners
12 October 2020
The Morrison Government’s 2020-21 Federal Budget, delayed from its usual early May date due to the COVID-19 pandemic, was delivered on 6 October. With a truly unprecedented increase in spending, we discuss some key takeaways for our clients.
8 April 2020
The Federal Government has today announced a mandatory code of conduct for lessors and SME lessees with a turnover up to $50 million, to apply for the duration of the Covid-19 crisis.
30 March 2020
As the economic impact of Covid-19 continues to increase, many of our clients have been impacted by falling asset values and downturns in their businesses. We’re here to support you and provide strategic advice to best weather the storm.
20 March 2020
In response to the unprecedented global economic impact of COVID-19, the Federal Government has announced a range of measures to support Australian businesses, some with immediate effect. Here is what we know so far.
23 September 2019
We are pleased to announce the appointment of a new principal to the business services team at Baumgartners, Alex Vrahos.
2 April 2019
In the shadow of an imminent election, the Federal Government have released their 2019 budget which contains a number of sweeteners for low & middle income earners and small businesses. Here are our pick of the top tax and super announcements.
31 January 2019
With STP for smaller employers (less than 20 employees) being a step closer to becoming law from 1 July 2019, affected employers should be taking steps now to ensure they will be compliant by this proposed start date.
With constant changes to superannuation laws, it is a challenge for retirees, businesses and individuals alike to stay abreast of the current rules. Should the Labor party be successful at the next federal election, we can expect further changes.