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Federal Budget 2016: Tourism industry hit by higher passport costs and new airport fee

WHAT THE BUDGET MEANS FOR YOU: WINNERS AND LOSERSTHE BUDGET: YOUR FIVE-MINUTE GUIDEWHAT SCOTT MORRISON’S BUDGET SAYS ABOUT THE GOVERNMENTAlthough there are some positives for the “supergrowth sector” such as tax cuts for small business operators, tourism officials lamented the lack of measures to foster growth.In a series of blows for the industry:. backpackers will pay 32.5 cents on every dollar earned in Australia from July 1.
NewsComAu
03/05
38 Points
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Tech Budget 2016: Midwinter Ball postponed for election

So while odds are against it, Malcolm Turnbull could well go down as the first Prime Minister never to address the annual ball (as PM) since its mid-winter inauguration in the mid-Howard era.Somewhere in the nation's capital, there's a sequin-and-bedazzler revise its second-half sales forecasts downwards. .
Financial Review
03/05
34 Points
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Money Budget 2016: Scott Morrison unveils business, income tax relief in nip-and-tuck fiscal blueprint

That money will stay in place for existing recipients but new welfare clients will not be able to access it.Topics:budget,federal-government,federal-parliament,federal-elections,government-and-politics,australia First posted May 03, 2016 19:31:09 . Tax receipts, while still growing overall, are expected to be $6.4 billion lower than mid-year estimates.
ABC
03/05
25 Points
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Federal Budget 2016: smokers hit with massive price hikes

dropping from just 50 cigarettes to 25.The first hike to tobacco prices will arrive on September 1 next year and then follow every 12 months until 2020.WHAT THE BUDGET MEANS FOR YOU: WINNERS AND LOSERSTHE BUDGET: YOUR FIVE-MINUTE GUIDEIt is expected this will push packet prices up from about $25 per pack to about $40 by 2020.The move is expected to reap about $4.7 billion to the Budget.
NewsComAu
03/05
13 Points
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Money Australia cuts foreign aid budget further

ABC
03/05
10 Points
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Budget 2016: Labor signals election battle on 'bizarre' business tax rate plan

ABC
03/05
22 Points
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Budget 2016: Winners and losers

Updated May 03, 2016 21:41:34 Explore who's a winner and who's a loser as a result of Scott Morrison's 2016 budget.Note: ABC app users can view the full interactive experience on our mobile website.Topics:budget,federal-government,federal-parliament,australia First posted May 03, 2016 19:48:40 .
ABC
03/05
24 Points
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Budget 2016: Winners and losers

Updated May 03, 2016 21:41:34 Explore who's a winner and who's a loser as a result of Scott Morrison's 2016 budget.Note: ABC app users can view the full interactive experience on our mobile website.Topics:budget,federal-government,federal-parliament,australia First posted May 03, 2016 19:48:40 .
ABC
03/05
24 Points
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Budget 2016: Scott Morrison unveils business, income tax relief in nip-and-tuck fiscal blueprint

That money will stay in place for existing recipients but new welfare clients will not be able to access it.Topics:budget,federal-government,federal-parliament,federal-elections,government-and-politics,australia First posted May 03, 2016 19:31:09 . Tax receipts, while still growing overall, are expected to be $6.4 billion lower than mid-year estimates.
ABC
03/05
23 Points
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Money Budget 2016: Labor signals election battle on 'bizarre' business tax rate plan

ABC
03/05
15 Points
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Federal Budget 2016: your five-minute guide

Access to tax concessions increased to more than 90,000 additional small businesses. Unincorporated tax discount increased up to eight per cent for businesses with turnover below $5 million.Jobs. Turnover threshold for small businesses increased from $2 million to $10 million giving access to tax incentives. Our five-minute guide gives you the rundown on all you need to know.WHAT SCOTT MORRISON’S BUDGET SAYS ABOUT THE GOVERNMENTWHAT THE BUDGET MEANS FOR YOU: WINNERS AND LOSERSThe Economy.
NewsComAu
03/05
5 Points
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Money Analysis: Why this is a clever Federal Budget

a comforting, confident and not very scary custodian of the Budget and the future of our employment and pay packets.He is the quieter contrast to the boisterous modernism of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.Much of what the Treasurer promises in the Budget will have losers.The National Disability Insurance Scheme will have to endure a funding cut before around $1 billion can be raised for it a few years down the track.
NewsComAu
03/05
15 Points
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