The 2021 Budget is the next phase of Australia’s economic recovery plan – a plan that is working.

In March 2020, just before the pandemic hit, there were 13 million Australians employed. Within the next two months, around 900,000 Australians lost their job.

A year on, the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows there are 13.1 million Australians employed, some 74,000 more than when the pandemic struck.

But, there remains much more to do.

This year’s budget is all about the Australian people and keeping our economy on the right track.

It builds on the strong foundations developed in last year’s Budget.

It lays out the next phase of our plan to strengthen our economy so we can deliver the jobs and guarantee the essential services that Australians rely on, and keep Australians safe.

 Find out how the 2021 Budget impacts Bonner in the information included below.

If you would like to read the Treasurer’s Budget speech, you can read it here.

Budget News

Supporting Bonner Small and Family Businesses to help drive our economic recovery

To secure Australia’s recovery, the Morrison Government will continue to support tens of thousands of Bonner’s small and family businesses—the backbone of our community. As part of the 2021-22 Budget, the Morrison Government will back small businesses by continuing tax incentives which will allow around 20,400 businesses in Bonner to write off the full value…

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Minister News

  • Minister for Education and Youth-The Hon Alan Tudge MP: Read here
  • Minister for Families and Social Services and Minister for Women’s Safety-Senator the Hon Anne Ruston: Read here
  • Minister for Health and Aged Care- The Hon Greg Hunt MP: Read here
  • Joint release Prime Minister Scott Morrison and The Hon Greg Hunt MP: Read here
  • Minister for the Environment-The Hon Sussan Ley MP: Read here

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