Federal Budget 2015 Winners and Losers Ultimate Resource

Are you one of the winners or losers from this year’s budget?

This years federal budget is more subdued than last year’s budget, with small business and national security being the big winners.

Below is the complete source of Australian Federal Budget 2015 reference documents you need to understand Treasurer Joe Hockey’s second budget, and breakdown who are the winners and losers.

Australian Government Budget Official Web Site: includes Transcript of the Treasurer’s budget night speech, overviews, full budget papers, archive of past budgets and much more.

Budget 2015 Winners and Losers: Great visual representation of the 2015 budget winners and losers.

AFR Federal Budget 2015: The Australian Financial Review’s article summarising the winners and losers.

Budget 2015 Cheat Sheet – What you need to know: An excellent article which includes plenty of charts and tables to easily highlight key areas including:

  • Underlying Cash Balance
  • Government Revenue
  • Government Spending
  • Australian Economic Outlook
  • Debt Position.

SMH “Your five-minute budget summary”: Summary of the key budget elements.

AFR Budget Explorer: Take a trip down memory lane with the Australian Financial Review’s interactive Budget Explorer graphic.
Explore this interactive graphic to “see how Labor and the Coalition have managed the federal budget during the past three decades; the economic challenges they have faced; and the reforms they have put in place”. SOURCE: Australian Financial Review


INFOGRAPHIC: The budget winners and losers   SOURCE: The Conversation
Budget 2015 Winners Losers Infographic Source: The Conversation
SOURCE: The Conversation

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Australian Federal Budget 2015 Winners and Losers

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Last Updated: 15th September, 2016
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