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With so much going on, we recognise that students can be caught up in stressful environments and challenging situations. We aim to connect you to resources and information to help you navigate uncertain times, prioritising your own wellbeing and practicing self-care.

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  1. That was then. What’s next?

    Increased government spending and stimulus packages did a fine job of cushioning the COVID-19 blow to the economy. Fiscal policy had a good pandemic!...

  2. Crisis budget walks tightrope

    Support for business is light in a 2022 Budget that walks a tight rope between addressing short term cost-of-living pressures, and longer-term inflation, climate change and health challenges, says...

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  3. NZ Budget 2022 – Highlights and key measures

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand brings you our highlights of the NZ Budget 2022 - 2023...

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  4. NZ Budget 2022 – The CA ANZ Scorecard

    Peter Vial FCA, NZ Country Head of Chartered Accountants ANZ, eyeballs Budget 2022...

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  5. NZ's "rebuilding together" Budget focuses on jobs, training, and infrastructure

    Commentary and analysis by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand experts on the New Zealand Budget 2020 delivered today...

  6. The future of work is here: Hybrid workplaces

    The future of work is now - and it’s giving employees the best of both worlds. Find out what a hybrid workplace means for you...

  7. NZ Budget 2021 review

    We have concerns about the level of discipline being applied to some of this spending and would like clearer and more robust frameworks for measuring outcomes...

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  8. NZ Budget 2021

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand’s scorecard on the New Zealand Budget 2021...

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  9. NZ Budget 2021 – The CA ANZ Scorecard

    Chartered Accountants ANZ rate Budget 2021 against their policy principles scorecard. They rate Budget 2021 as a winner for welfare, but slim pickings for business...

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  10. NZ Budget 2021 - Highlights and key measures

    Government emphasises spending to secure recovery and ensure long-term economic resilience...

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  11. NZ Budget 2021 – Climate change funding for External Reporting Board

    The usefulness of impending climate-related financial disclosures is dependent on the nature of standards and education...

  12. NZ Budget 2021 - A tax-light budget, but clarity and certainty still needed

    With just one core initiative, are tax budgets a thing of the past? Inland Revenue has announced funding for data collection on high net worth individuals and their related entities...

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  13. NZ Budget 2021 – members call for focus on economic growth

    A survey of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand members has identified economic growth as the main priority for New Zealand’s Budget 2021...

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  14. A balanced Budget – NZ Government needs to be agile and bold

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand calls on the New Zealand Government to be agile and bold in its 2021 Budget to deal with a mixture of pandemic-induced issues and old, often deep-seated...

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  15. Leaders discuss the economic recovery from COVID-19

    Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and New Zealand's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Grant Robertson, answered questions from CAs in an online member event hosted by CA ANZ Chief...

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If you or someone you know needs help during these challenging times, please contact:

In Australia

Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health, whatever their age and wherever they live. Reach out to Beyond Blue on 1300 224 636.

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A national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24-hour support and suicide prevention services. Access crises support chat or call 13 11 14.

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In New Zealand

Lifeline Aotearoa

Lifeline Aotearoa’s helpline and textline provides 24/7, confidential support from qualified counsellors and trained volunteers. Call on 0800 543 354 or text ‘Help’ to 4357.

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Established to ensure young people know where to get help and can access support when they need it. Reach out on 0800 376 633 and send a text on 234.

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