Federal Budget 2024 (Webinar Recording)

$50.00 Excl. GST

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We welcome you to our webinar intensive that will deliver a comprehensive analysis of the upcoming Federal Budget, set to be released on May 14th. This marks the third budget under the leadership of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Treasurer Jim Chalmers, and promises significant implications for the economy, our industry, and your business.


This webinar, hosted by the Institute of Financial Professionals Australia (IFPA), will feature our experts dissecting the key aspects of the budget with a focus on taxation, superannuation, and financial advice. Our aim is to equip you with a detailed understanding of the budget’s impact and the opportunities it heralds. Furthermore, we will discuss how the budget addresses current economic challenges, including the national cost of living pressures.


Join us for this enlightening session on Thursday, May 16th, from 12:30-1:30 pm.


In conjunction with the webinar, we will also release our authoritative Budget Report for professionals in tax, superannuation, and financial services. This report, normally priced at $99, will be provided at no cost to IFPA members and offered to non-members for $50.


Our Federal Budget webinar is meticulously crafted to enhance your understanding of the budget’s relevance to you and your clients. Attendance will furnish you with the most recent technical insights, proving indispensable for your practice.


Do not miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of the budget and its potential impact on your business.



$FREE (members) | $50 (non- members)

TPB CPD Hours:1 hour |  Legislated CPD Hours: To be confirmed

  Live Webinar |  Slides | IFPA Authoritative Budget Report


Presented by:

Natasha Panagis

Natasha is a highly experienced wealth management specialist with expertise in superannuation, SMSFs, retirement planning, taxation, estate planning, insurance, social security and aged care. With a seasoned ability to interpret and broadly disseminate complex information through an understandable and practical lens, she has often been sought by and quoted in the media. By developing policy and advocacy positions to Government, regulators and other key stakeholders, Natasha is actively involved in shaping Australia’s financial services industry.



Jack Bresnahan

Jack Bresnahan is a Lawyer in Coleman Greig’s Tax and Superannuation team. He specialises in providing commercial tax advice, personal tax advice and not-for-profit tax advice. Jack has extensive experience in Australian Taxation Office (ATO) disputes, having worked for the ATO prior to joining Coleman Greig. He has a strong understanding of the entire disputes lifecycle including private rulings, audits, objections and ATO litigation. Whilst tax and taxation disputes can be incredibly complex, this experience enables Jack to assist clients to resolve disputes seamlessly, and to provide clear and concise tax planning advice. His clients include domestic and multinational companies. His clients span a range of sectors including construction and not-for-profit, and high net worth individuals who work both in Australia and overseas. Working closely with clients, Jack ensures that they receive accurate and effective commercial and personal tax advice, and can navigate the ATO disputes process as smoothly as possible.

Expertise: Commercial Taxation Advice  •  Personal Taxation Advice  •  Superannuation & SMSF  •  Tax Disputes  •  Trusts



Saveen Mathews

Saveen Mathews is a Lawyer in Coleman Greig’s Tax and Superannuation team. Saveen is experienced in taxation of private business structures including Capital Gains Tax (CGT), Goods and Services Tax (GST), and superannuation and SMSF. He is also well-versed in taxation disputes, regularly handling matters in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal relating to economic stimulus, CGT, GST, foreign income tax offset, income tax and debt litigation. His clients include small to medium businesses, large corporations, and subsidiaries of multinational corporations. Open-minded and forward thinking, Saveen is proactive in anticipating his clients’ needs. Prior to joining Coleman Greig, Saveen worked for the Australian Taxation Office.

Expertise: Commercial Taxation Advice  •  Personal Taxation Advice  •  Superannuation & SMSF •  Tax Disputes