Experts available for the Federal Budget 2015

Thursday, 7 May 2015  Media Alerts

Academics from the UNSW Business School are available to give their analysis of the 2015 Federal Budget next Tuesday. 

Additionally, experts will give their independent analysis in a live audio podcast round table on Wednesday, with their reaction to key budget measures. Journalists may use any part of the session for quotes, or attend.
Listen live: 12.30pm Wednesday 13th May 2015 


Taxation

Expert areas: Can discuss taxation of trusts, fringe benefits, capital gains and corporate tax.
Contact: 02 9385 3365 | 02 9874 2539 | 

Expert areas: Taxation of Superannuation, self-managed super funds.
Contact: 02 9385 9521 | 0423 477294 | 

Expert areas: Neil can provide a full assessment of the taxation implications for various sectors, public sector economics with a special focus on taxation policy and distributional issues. 
Contact: 02 9385 9542 | n.warren@unsw.edu.au

Expert areas: Chris can talk about personal income tax (including small business), capital gains tax, tax administration (eg: compliance and compliance costs) or tax avoidance and evasion.
Contact: 02 9385 9546 | 

Expert areas: International/Cross Border taxation, Corporate Tax, property taxes including Capital Gains Tax and Negative Gearing.
Contact: 02 9385 3292 | 

Economics

Expert areas: Macroeconomics, finance, interest rates, unemployment.
Contact: 02 9385 3366 | 0406 842 550 | 

Banking and Finance

Expert areas: The budget deficit and tax cuts 
Contact: 02 9385 5871 | 0418 601392 | 

Actuarial Studies

Expert areas: Pensions, asset tests, any aspect of superannuation.
Contact: 02 9385 3096 | 

Expert areas: Superannuation and taxation. Impact of the Budget on pensions.
Contact: 02 9385 2333 | 0418 601392 | 


Media contacts: 
Julian Lorkin: 02 9385 9887 | 

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