The Victorian State Budget 2019-20 was released on Monday 27 May 2019.
Handed down by the Treasurer Tim Pallas, the Budget was full of “hard choices” after a $5.2 billion fall in stamp duty and an election win to Scott Morrison delivering less money to support the state’s infrastructure spending.
Below is a detailed analysis of the Budget and the specific impact to individuals and middle-market businesses.
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