Speculation is rife about what the government will home in on this year, but the Federal Treasurer has already confirmed what will be left out.
Budget 2017: What’s off the table this year?
PRRT changes deferred
In terms of what won’t be in this year’s Budget, the Treasurer has confirmed that he will not be making Budget changes to the Petroleum Resource Rent Tax (PRRT) scheme. Rather, the Government intends to conduct further consultation on the PRRT recommendations of the Callaghan review released on 28 April.
Where to from here?
Over the years, all governments have proven themselves to be masters at keeping us guessing and then wooing us with surprises on Budget night.
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