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Australian Federal Budget 2018

Australian Federal Budget 2018

Implications for Superannuation Funds, Employers and Individuals

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Mercer experts across superannuation, retirement, investments, workforce issues, and health have reviewed the 2018 Federal Budget and analysed the implications for Australia’s retirement income system, economy, and workforce.

The economic decisions flowing from the Budget have implications on the living standards of all Australians, financial institutions, superannuation funds and their members. It promises tax relief, a return to surplus by 2021, a guarantee on essential services, and notable impacts for superannuation funds and members.

We don’t know how many of the proposed changes will eventuate, however the implications must be understood and planned for, making our report essential reading and our expert videos valuable viewing on what you need to be thinking about right now.


Archive Budgets

2017 Federal Budget Report

The 2017 Australian Federal Budget focused on fairness and a return to surplus by 2021. A good news Budget for superannuation with minimal changes for 2017.
Download 2017 Budget Report

2016 Federal Budget Report

Mercer experts across superannuation, retirement, investments, workforce issues, and health have reviewed the 2016 Budget and analysed the implications for Australia’s retirement income system, economy, and workforce.
Download 2016 Budget Report

2015 Federal Budget Report

The Budget promises to drive jobs and growth through infrastructure and is good news for the superannuation industry. It includes a new incentive for first home buyers to save through their superannuation from 1 July this year.
Download 2015 Budget Report
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