Australian Federal Budget 2022-23: Key Strategies and Considerations for Australian Expats

Australian Federal Budget 2022-23: Key Strategies and Considerations for Australian Expats

The 2022-23 Federal Budget has been brought forward this year due to the Federal Election to Tuesday 29th March 2022. With this being a pre-election Budget, it will be interesting to see if there are further sweeteners announced for individuals and businesses still grappling with the effects of Covid. Or will the Government begin implementing measures to start making tracks to reduce the deficits that have accumulated over recent years?

We are hoping there will be further clarity and updates provided following the proposed changes to Australian tax residency laws in last year’s Budget announcement.

Join us in this live webinar with Oreana Private Wealth on 1st April (Friday) at 12:30pm HKT, where Senior Wealth Advisor, Matthew Jones, will go through the Budget proposals and in particular how this affects Australian expatriates. Also providing a refresher on key strategies and considerations for Australian expats, including property ownership, debt management, tax and superannuation.

Please note: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by the speaker(s) belong solely to the speaker, and are not representative of the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. By registering to this event, you are giving permission to AustCham Hong Kong to share your email with the event host, Oreana Private Wealth.


Fri, April 01, 2022


12:30 PM - 01:30 PM



Zoom webinar - access details will be sent via email to registered guests


Member: $0.00

Non-Member: $0.00


Matthew Jones
Senior Wealth Advisor | Oreana Private Wealth

Matthew is a Senior Wealth Advisor at Oreana Private Wealthspecialized in delivering comprehensive financial advice for expatriates throughout Asia and for individuals and families repatriating or relocating to Australia. Dual licensed in Australia and Hong Kong Matthew provides goal focused strategic advice for clients in all circumstances involving bespoke wealth creation strategies, professional investment management, cross border tax planning, retirement planning, insurance and estate planning.

With over 10 years of experience in financial services Matthew joined Oreana and relocated to Hong Kong to in 2017. He is authorised under Oreana’s Australian Financial Services License to provide advice on Australian products & services, as well as being accredited with the Securities and Futures Commission to provide financial advice in Hong Kong. Matthew has dual degrees in both Financial Planning and Accounting.