The government is set to deliver a surplus with this year’s budget.
Touted as striking a balance between providing costs of living relief against rising inflation, many see it as a political surplus which does little to help those who have been struggling, and continue to struggle, in the current economic environment.
While relief measures introduced in this budget are always welcomed, it falls short on helping struggling businesses and does not do enough to address the pressure on low/middle income earners.
If economic pressures are unlikely to ease, what steps can businesses take to ensure a better chance of success?
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