On 11 May 2021, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg handed down the 2021-22 Federal Budget. 

Treasurer Frydenberg’s third Budget delivered a clear message to voters that Australia’s economic engine is roaring back to life and the country is well placed to meet the economic challenges ahead.

The 2021-22 Federal Budget was squarely aimed at rebuilding the economy following the once-in-a-century global pandemic. The Budget focused on better support for business, job creation and infrastructure investment as well as record commitments on essential services, mental health, disability support and aged care.

HLB Mann Judd’s Federal Budget Alert provides a succinct summary of the announcements related to personal and business taxation, tax compliance and superannuation.


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On 11 May 2021, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg will hand down the 2021-22 Federal Budget.

The economic and fiscal impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been significant. Josh Frydenberg recently commented that “the best way to repair the budget is to repair the economy”.

The 2021-22 Federal Budget will most likely focus on recovery and reform as Australia starts to look past the immediate impacts of the global pandemic. 

Pre-register for a copy of HLB Mann Judd’s Federal Budget Alert which provides a succinct summary of the announcements related to:
  • Personal taxation;
  • Business taxation;
  • Superannuation; and
  • Social security. 

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