Tax cuts for all

THE federal government announced tax cuts of $36.7 billion over four years in its budget last week, amounting to an extra $22.31 a week in our pockets. In addition, the government said it would make personal tax scales internationally competitive, which is good news for those two percent of taxpayers earning more than $150,000 and paying the top tax rate, who will eventually save $6,200 a year. Retirees are looked after too, with tax on a majority of superannuation payouts abolished from July 1 next year for those aged over 60, and a relaxation of the asset test that cuts the age pension.

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