Topic: Budget


Budget 2021-22: Setting the Scene

Last year brought Australia’s first Pandemic Budget. A few days beforehand, the Prime Minister had described it as ‘arguably one of the most important, if not the most important since the...

Aged care leaders call on Canberra to act in Budget

All eyes are on the upcoming Federal Budget to see what further announcements the government will make to transform the aged care sector. Prominent industry voices have called on government to act on ...

Budget 2020-21: Key issues for directors

The federal government's 2020-21 Budget aims to acts as a circuit-breaker for business investment and job creation.

Recap: AICD's 10 most popular articles for 2019

2019 was a busy year for governance. From the Royal Commission final report to honing your director CV, we bring you the top 10 most read AICD articles for the year.

4 major themes in the 2019 budget that will affect directors

From surpluses and spending to tax cuts, AICD chief economist Mark Thirlwell wraps up what directors need to know from the 2019 federal budget.

Federal Budget 2019: BDO business highlights for directors

Australia’s Federal Budget 2019 heralds a return to surplus after more than a decade, the chance of higher wages and more focus on governance in deterring tax avoidance. Tax cuts have also been fast-t...

2019 Federal Budget Analysis

What does the 2019 Federal Budget mean for your organisation and for the wider Australian economy? AICD Chief Economist Mark Thirlwell and Head of Policy Christian Gergis provide their analysis of maj...

5 things directors need to know about next week’s budget

In an election year, with Canberra and China seen as the biggest economic risks, and a decade of deficits forecast to end, our AICD Chief Economist Mark Thirlwell previews key points as to how next we...

Optimism about falling government debt may be short lived

Stephen Walters GAICD warns that while there's good reason for board director optimism, we're not in the clear just yet.

The Strategist: Debt and Deficit

Budgeting counts at home, but do government debts and deficits really matter? Phil Ruthven AM FAICD investigates.
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