The Federal Treasurer, the Hon Josh Frydenberg MP, will hand down his second Federal Budget on Tuesday 6 October 2020. He is expected to announce a significant deficit as a result of the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our Director of Tax Policy & Technical, Andrew Mills CTA (Life) and Senior Advocate, Robyn Jacobson CTA, will be sharing their insights on the Federal Budget. We will also be preparing our very own comprehensive Budget Report and how it impacts Australia to deliver to our members.

The Tax Institute will be delivering to our members a comprehensive report on the Budget and how it impacts Australia. 

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Budget Events

0101TPA_Federal_Budget_2020-21_Twitter-1024x512-Part1_v2Facilitator: Peter Godber, CTA, President, The Tax Institute

Panellists: Andrew Mills, CTA (Life), Director of Tax Policy & Technical, The Tax Institute; Robyn Jacobson, CTA, Senior Advocate, The Tax Institute

In this facilitated panel discussion, Peter, Andrew and Robyn will consider and provide some expert insights on the key tax and superannuation measures announced as part of the Federal Budget 2020–21. They will also discuss any missed opportunities for issues that weren’t in the Budget, as well as The Tax Institute’s position on the announcements.

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0101TPA_Federal_Budget_2020-21_Twitter-1024x512-Part2_v2Facilitator: Paul Banister, CTA, Partner, Grant Thornton

Presenter: Robyn Jacobson, CTA, Senior Advocate, The Tax Institute

In this session, Robyn will provide her practical insights on the key tax and superannuation measures announced as part of the Federal Budget 2020–21 and how the Budget impacts on you and your clients. The session will also include a live Q&A, facilitated by Paul Banister, CTA.

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Related Content

In preparation for the Federal Budget, see below relevant content

Media Releases23

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Australian Government

                                 ◼ Budget home page   Archive of Budgets

Australian Bureau of Statistics

Key Economic Indicators   National Accounts 

Price Indexes and Inflation


View our Federal Budget Infographics* below
*These Infographics have been sourced from the Reserve Bank of Australia and are the latest available as at 4 September 2020.