On Tuesday, 9 May 2023, Treasurer Jim Chalmers will announce the 2023-2024 Federal Budget.
Wolters Kluwer will be providing in-depth coverage of all major economic, tax, accounting, and superannuation reforms and announcements impacting your small businesses, individuals, and corporate Australia.

From budget reports to post-budget webinars, we’ve got you covered!

Dive deeper into the Federal Budget and what it means for small businesses, individuals, and corporate Australia.

Introducing you to our webinar presenters

Julian Cheng

Partner, Gilbert + Tobin

Julian is a tax partner in Gilbert + Tobin’s tax practice and has over 25 years’ experience in providing tax advisory services. He has extensive experience in advising on mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructures, cross border investments and financing, and structuring for managed funds. He also advises individuals and family groups on a range of taxation matters including extraction of value from those groups, tax effective structures for investment and business, and Australian Taxation Office reviews and disputes.

Muhunthan Kanagaratnam

Partner, Gilbert + Tobin

Muhunthan is a tax partner in Gilbert + Tobin’s tax practice. He advises clients across a wide range of industries on mergers and acquisitions transactions, tax disputes and pointy end tax issues. He regularly presents at seminars and conferences. He is also active in policy developments on tax issues affecting mergers and acquisitions. Muhunthan is admitted to practice in the High Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of New South Wales, and is a Chartered Tax Adviser and registered tax agent.

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