Federal Budget 2022 and YOU – Part 1

 

Part 1:  Any government Budget consists of information about all areas the respective government manages for the tax payer.  The Federal Budget is no exception and set out below are half of the areas this year's Budget covered.  It is set out in this way to help quickly find information that effects you, your family and your region.

 

 

There are 19 sections of this year's Federal Budget, plus the actual documents themselves (see Part 2 for these). 19 sections are too many for one article so there are two. This allows you to quickly locate what relates to you, rather than getting lost is the sheer volume of a government budget.

More jobs and a strong economy

Building Australia and strengthening our regions

Transport infrastructure for our regions

Flood response

Building disaster resilience

Regional Accelerator Program

Improving regional connectivity

Developing the Northern Territory

Strengthening North and Central Queensland

 

 

Source: budget.gov.au

 

 

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