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Federal Budget 2014-15

Deloitte's Federal Budget insights

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This will be the first budget for Australia’s new Government, delivered against the backdrop of an economy growing slightly below trend and a Commission of Audit that’s examining ways to trim government spending to a more sustainable level. Deloitte is forecasting a ‘no surprises’ Budget from a tax perspective – with little significant change.

We also don’t see dramatic changes to spending in this year’s Budget. The real story is more likely to be incremental change, coupled with some more insight into the Government’s priorities for how to reduce regulation to stimulate competitiveness and economic growth, while reducing the deficit.

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Chris Richardson explains what to expect from the budget


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Budget Monitor, May 2013
Chris Richardson authors Deloitte Access Economics’ Budget Monitor publication - the best source of accurate and independent projections of Federal Budget trends in Australia, which includes detailed estimates of future spending and revenue levels.  Produced twice per year, Budget Monitor's track record of accuracy is renowned.
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