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Budget 2016-17

The Treasurer handed down Budget 2016-17 at 7.30pm on Tuesday 3 May, 2016.

The Australian Government budget sets out the economic and fiscal outlook for Australia, and includes expenditure and revenue estimates for the current financial year, the budget year, and three forward financial years. It shows the Government's social and political priorities, and how the Government intends to achieve these.

You can find all the Budget documents and supporting papers below.

Budget overview

The Government’s economic plan to ensure Australia continues to successfully transition from the mining investment boom to a stronger, more diversified, new economy.

Find out more about the Budget overview.

Tax and super

Making our tax system more sustainable so we can cover the Government’s responsibilities for the next generation

Find out more about tax and super.

Jobs and growth

Sticking to our national economic plan for jobs and growth in a stronger, new and more diversified economy

Find out more about jobs and growth.

Balancing the budget

Ensuring that the Government lives within its means balancing the budget and reducing the burden of long term debt

Find out more about balancing the budget.

Your Budget 2016-17

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Disclaimer: The Australian Government recommends that you seek professional financial advice based on your individual circumstances.

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