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2021 June Quarter Review

July 26, 2021

Economic Overview Attention turned to vaccinations and reopening economies in the second quarter of 2021, by the end of the quarter over 3 billion vaccine doses had been administered globally. There are now strong indicators of a robust and lengthy economic expansion ahead. Around the world there are now businesses desperate to hire new employees, […]

Home Care remains the preferred option for many people, but the long wait has been a problem. A key measure in this year’s Budget is an extra 80,000 home care packages aimed at reducing the waiting time and helping more people age in their home for longer. If you want to talk about home care […]

The good news is that $17.7 billion more funds will be injected into aged care and none of it will come from higher fees for clients. The Government is fully funding the increase.   Two key measures to be excited about are an extra 80,000 home care packages to reduce down the waiting time and […]

The first post COVID budget has been released and while the numbers are slightly better than what was previously expected, it wasn’t a budget where the reins were pulled. Given the spending, Labor must be wondering what to do with themselves. On a surface level, the LNP are seemingly occupying more of what is often […]

Federal Budget 2020/21

October 7, 2020

The delayed and momentous 2020 Federal budget has been handed down. It contains some amazing figures. The normally fiscally conscious Liberal Nationals have turned spendthrifts in a bid to lift the country out of the COVID-19 induced recession. It wouldn’t be a budget without heroic assumptions and the biggest in this budget is the assumption […]

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