Treasurer Jim Chalmers says property investors will continue to enjoy their tax breaks, while ruling out the prospect of changes to negative gearing.
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Households struggling with living costs can breathe a sigh of relief, with the coalition agreeing to back Anthony Albanese's reworked tax cuts.
Australians in need of greater assistance are soon expected to get some relief, with signs the coalition is unlikely to oppose reworked tax cuts.
Concerns are being raised new tax cuts will put a dent in the pocket of Australians in the long-term as the issue of bracket creep remains.
NSW Treasurer Daniel Mookhey has delivered a budget update his opponents have branded the "nightmare before Christmas".
Victoria's net debt is now expected to reach more than $177.8 billion by 2027 due to infrastructure spending, which is $6.4b more than predicted six months ago.
Queensland Treasurer Cameron Dick has spruiked further cost-of-living measures on the back off a balanced budget sheet in his mid-year budget update.
Anthony Albanese has negotiated deals with states and territories on extra health funding, the GST carve-up and the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Ahead of a treasurers' meeting, Jim Chalmers says he will work with the states to ensure they get a fair share of goods and services tax revenue.
Net debt has shrunk and the budget surplus has boomed, a report into the Queensland government's finances has revealed.
The High Court has ruled the Victorian government unlawfully imposed electric, hydrogen and plug-in hybrid vehicle owners a fee for each kilometre they travel.
The High Court has ruled the Victorian government unlawfully charged electric, hydrogen and plug-in hybrid vehicle owners a fee for each kilometre they travel.
NSW has resorted to taking money from the bank accounts of Australians to recoup hotel quarantine bills as talks continue over Queensland's $105 million debt.
A little-known tax will be broadened to push Victorian landowners to build on or sell empty blocks as the government seeks to boost housing supply.
NSW Treasurer Daniel Mookhey's budget figures could be in jeopardy, with interest rate rises impacting inflation in the year ahead.
Spending on public pre-schools, increased sexual assault services and major transport projects will be unveiled in the NSW budget.
A surplus will bring little comfort to many people who are not eligible for cost-of-living relief as the NSW government insists on prudent principles.
The NSW Labor government has delivered its first state budget since 2010, revealing a surprise surplus and promising to funnel spending into essential services.
NSW residents will soon be handed the first Labor state budget in more than a decade, with promises of short-term relief and long-term reforms.
Temporary frontline workers at risk of being let go from their positions will be made permanent under a NSW budget measure to improve hospital staffing levels.
The NSW government will redirect education funding to pay for higher teacher salaries as it pledges extra schools and campus upgrades in regional areas.
Western Sydney's stretched health services and hospitals will receive a significant boost as part of a major budget investment by the NSW government.
The treasurer has challenged the opposition and the Greens to pass new laws taxing offshore gas companies and bringing forward revenue to boost the budget.
Treasurer Jim Chalmers says Australia is one of the nations best-placed to respond to global economic headwinds, given the strength of its labour market.
Troubled casino The Star Sydney will be granted a reprieve from a NSW tax hike in return for guaranteeing 3000 jobs for the next seven years.
A decision to delay a tax hike on Sydney's biggest casino to ward off closure has raised questions about NSW's priorities amid a cost-of-living crisis.
A report has laid bare the extent to which both the Victorian and NSW state budgets depend on property taxes.
An audit report criticises the Queensland government's transparency on the cost and value of its Wellcamp quarantine facility but the premier remains defiant.
The latest ACT budget shows the national capital is on track to become the fastest-growing state or territory in the country.
NSW families are being warned about tough decisions that must be made on government spending as inflation bites the country's largest employer.
NSW Treasurer Daniel Mookhey will deliver an economic statement to parliament, updating the state's finances after deferring the budget until September.