The Hon Dr Jim Chalmers delivered the 2024-25 Federal Budget at 7:30 pm on 14 May. A surplus of $9.3 billion is expected for 2023-24 and a forecast deficit of $28.3 billion for 2024-25.


The key focus areas of the Budget are easing cost-of-living pressures and significant investment in what the Government has termed ‘Investing in a Future Made in Australia’, which focuses on a transition to clean energy and adding value to Australia’s natural resources.


For small business there is some relief including the extension of the $20,000 instant asset write-off scheme and energy rebates.

Other key measures in the Budget include relatively minor changes in relation to capital gains tax for non-residents and anti-avoidance measures for Significant Global Entities, being taxpayers who are part of a group with a global turnover of greater than $1 billion.


The revised Stage 3 tax cuts legislated by the previous Government and amended earlier this year remain the key tax measure for personal taxation in the coming fiscal year.


As announced in the lead up to the Federal Budget, superannuation guarantee will apply to paid parental leave from 1 July 2025.

The 2024-25 Budget did not announce any significant reforms to tax or superannuation.


Read our full report: 2024-25 Federal Budget.

If you would like to know more about the impacts of the 2024 Federal Budget on you and your business, contact us.

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