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May 9, 2018

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Infographic: Budget 2018 at a glance.

Jenni Henderson, The Conversation and Wes Mountain, The Conversation


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Jenni Henderson, Section Editor: Business + Economy, The Conversation and Wes Mountain, Deputy Multimedia Editor, The Conversation

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  • The budget comes out every year and bores me to tears. I pay no attention because it doesn’t directly affect me from week to week. I still pay bills, buy groceries, pay rent etc etc The budget is basically a huge list of lies

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  • Graphs and tables are one of the best visual tools for people to understand number’s and statistics clearly. Good article.

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  • Wow great Easy to understand information

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  • Thanks for making it a little easier to read.

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  • I hope we can move more towards a support for those that need it and away from what’s in it for me.

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  • Budgets always confuse me. A lot if the time, the benefits don’t come into affect for many months, in that time you have a change of govt, and they change everything anyway

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  • Us low income earners need all the help we can get

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  • A budget that does not inspire me – concerns about health and education and timeframes.


    • The Space Agency funding is interesting and an article and segment on this was most illuminating regarding potential jobs.

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  • Thank you for an easy to read summary.

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  • I love the fact that the budget will help people with low- and middle-income.


    • Yes we are one of those with my husband the only one on an income and myself looking after 5 kids at home

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  • Important indeed that the benefits reach everyone. Glad they work at that strategically.

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  • Overall I am happy with this budget – it won’t help or hinder me I will stay the same but for the economy of Australia I think it’s a step in the right direction.

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  • Great help for the low- and middle-income earners. I like that!

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