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Federal Budget 2014-15 Brief

Where to cut?

In 2014, Australia saw the toughest Federal Budget since 1997. Download the 2014-15 Federal Budget brief to learn more, plus stay tuned for our forthcoming 2015-16 insights.

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Stay connected on Twitter (@FederalBudget) as we lead up to Treasurer Joe Hockey's announcement on 12 May. Revisit reports, infographic, videos and perspectives below on last year's Federal Budget, the toughest since 1997.

Federal Budget 2014-15 Brief

Welcome to the politics of Budget repair. Australia has just seen the toughest Federal Budget since 1997, with spending cut and taxes raised to generate policy savings on a scale not seen for the better part of two decades.

As expected, from a business taxation perspective, the Treasurer has continued to reposition existing tax policies with no major surprises or changes.

Federal Budget 2014-15 Brief, May 2015 | 31 pages

Federal Budget 2014-15: Where to cut

Welcome to the politics of Budget repair. Australia has just seen the toughest Federal Budget since 1997, with spending cut and taxes raised to generate policy savings on a scale not seen for the better part of two decades. As expected, from a business taxation perspective, the Treasurer has continued to reposition existing tax policies with no major surprises or changes.

Federal Budget 2014-15: Where to cut?

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