Australian Federal Budget 2019

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Budget night is when the Treasurer (currently Josh Frydenberg) officially announces the priorities for the Australian Federal Budget and sets out what the government will spend money on for the upcoming financial year, which lasts from 1 July until 30 June the following year.

We'll be analysing all of the Budget 2019 announcements and highlighted what they mean for typical Australians. Find out everything you need to know on this page.

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    PatriciaMay 10, 2017

    When do pensions get there pay increase

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      MayMay 11, 2017Staff

      Hi Patricia,

      Thank you for your inquiry.

      Are you referring to the increase in Age Pension? If so, there’s no announcement yet from the Department of Social Services (DSS) as to when will be the next increase in pension payments. The latest increase at the moment was made on 20 March 2017 and this will be until 19 September 2017. If you’d like to get more updates regarding the increase, please contact Centrelink or Department of Social Services directly.

      Cheers,
      May

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