Budget 2012 Analysis : Striking a Balance

The link below directs you to AFS’s overview of the 2012 Budget. This report goes through the return to a small surplus, and the government’s stratergy of redirecting some benefits from the mining boom towards low and middle income families. As always there are winners and losers, with changes to superannuation, tax thresehold and small business tax.

If you would like to talk about how these changes or other topics affect you, please give us a call. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy reading this analysis by AFS.

AFS Overview of the 2012 Budget.

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