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2012 Government Budget

Budget 2012

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Finance Minister Bill English has delivered Budget 2012 at a difficult time: the effects of the GFC seem to linger on, the Christchurch earthquake recovery is proving more complex, more time consuming and more costly, and the crisis in Europe threatens to cast an even larger shadow. What Mr English needs to do with his fourth Budget is get the formula right, balancing fiscal restraint while continuing the Government’s reform programme.

Deloitte’s team of experts has analysed the content of Budget 2012 and the likely impact of the major announcements on New Zealand business and the wider economy.

Download the 2012 Deloitte Budget analysis

Budget 2012 Analysis

Budget - in focus

  • Budget 2012 - Deloitte's Perspective
    Getting the formula right
  • Budget 2012 - The Treasury
    Read the Minister's Executive Summary and Budget Speech
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Our team of experts

  • Thomas Pippos
    Tax policy
  • Murray Jack
    Public sector
  • Cobus Scholtz
    Public sector


Thomas Pippos: Sensible, not transformational
New Zealand Herald - 25 May 2012
Budget 2012: Asset sale cash 'should go on infrastructure'
New Zealand Herald - 25 May 2012
Young workers out of pocket
Budget 2012: Call for details on assets windfall
New Zealand Herald - 25 May 2012
How the Budget affects your income - 24 May 2012

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