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Thursday
10
MAY

Budget bottom line by the sea

17:30
19:30
Fremantle Sailing Club
Event organized by Fremantle Sailing Club

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Is this the “Back to a Better Future” Federal Budget we’ve been hoping for?

RSM and Fremantle Sailing Club, in conjunction with the Fremantle Chamber of Commerce, unite to hold a special business after-hours event. Set at their iconic sea-side venue, Fremantle Sailing Club will give you some background and information about the club while RSM will provide a detailed rundown of the Federal Budget’s real impact on business and investors.

An unexpected improvement in the Budget position could signal happy days for Treasurer Scott Morrison when he hands down the 2018-19 Federal Budget on 8 May.

A surprise surge in company tax collections, a lift in goods and services tax receipts and reduced planned government spending point to a significant reduction in the Budget deficit, anticipated to be revised down from $20 billion to under $10 billion with a surplus to be forecast in 2019-20.

Get set for a Budget night packed with announcements that will impact your small business. Just 48 hours following its release, RSM’s tax specialist Corey Beat analyses the proposed changes from a tax perspective, looking at how it will impact small businesses and investors in Fremantle, putting all Budget sweeteners and hidden skeletons in the spotlight. Be on the front foot and take advantage of any opportunities you need to act on immediately.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Corey Beat (Principal - Tax Services, RSM)

Corey is a Principal in RSM’s tax services division with close to 20 years providing specialist tax advice to small businesses in Perth. Corey is highly regarded within the industry and was recently a finalist for the ‘SME Tax Adviser’ award in the national 2018 Tax Adviser of the Year Awards. Corey completed a Masters of Taxation through the University of New South Wales in 2011 and regularly presents on the impact of legislative tax changes. His commentary has also been featured in both state and national media.

Limited seats are available. Drinks and nibbles will be provided.