Election 2022: Bills not passed • The Accounting Division
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Election 2022: Bills not passed





With the government in caretaker mode after calling the election, Bills that had not passed both the Houses of Parliament now suffer an uncertain fate. Some of the important measures contained in the Bills included establishing a framework for compensation scheme of last resort and allowing small businesses to apply to the AAT instead of a Court for an order staying certain decisions by the ATO. Uncertainty also surrounds recently announced but unlegislated Budget 2022 measures relating to small businesses. All will depend on the make up of the next Parliament.

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