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How Budget 2019 will affect you


Finder's unbiased analysis of every budget change that will immediately hit your wallet

How will the 2019 budget impact your money plans in years to come? We're analysing all this year's announcements to explain in jargon-free terms what's actually happening, what it will cost you and when the changes will happen.

We're not here to debate whether a surplus will happen or to analyse big-spending infrastructure projects. Our focus is squarely on changes that actually affect your salary, your savings, your expenses and your superannuation.

The 2019 Budget is unusually uncertain; it comes just days before a federal election is expected to be announced. It's very unlikely that much (if any) legislation relating to budget measures will be passed before the election is called, and at that point, the government will be in caretaker mode. Even if the Coalition is re-elected, it's likely some measures will be modified as they pass through parliament. So bear that in mind before making any plans based on announced budget measures.

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    WarrenApril 3, 2019

    Withdrawal from available accounts payable and receivable accounts of banking details are as follows order to make sure you already have an account with any banking industry $10.000 to withdrawal from at balance accounts

      JohnApril 4, 2019Finder

      Hi Warren,

      Thank you for reaching out to Finder.

      Your input is valuable to us and we thank you for letting the Finder community know. Have a great day!


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