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Young people the biggest losers in the Budget. It’s not fair

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The joys of socialist governments that commit to unaffordable spending policies that future generations get stuck with paying the bill.

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6 minutes ago, cobran20 said:

The joys of socialist governments that commit to unaffordable spending policies that future generations get stuck with paying the bill.

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A well-written article for a 17 year old and first-year economics student. Howard and Costello should not have cut taxes so deeply or handed out massive welfare to families. Hard to unwind that now. 

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39 minutes ago, zaph said:

A well-written article for a 17 year old and first-year economics student. Howard and Costello should not have cut taxes so deeply or handed out massive welfare to families. Hard to unwind that now. 

Yes. The same also applies to Gonski & NDIS.

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Private debt is a far bigger concern than public debt IMO.

Young people don't have to worry, just get a HECS-funded education and move overseas. I'm tempted to do a masters degree and then a runner, but I'm not sure what I'd want to study.

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18 minutes ago, Mr Medved said:

Private debt is a far bigger concern than public debt IMO.

Young people don't have to worry, just get a HECS-funded education and move overseas. I'm tempted to do a masters degree and then a runner, but I'm not sure what I'd want to study.

I thought they were now chasing those that do a runner?

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1 hour ago, cobran20 said:

I thought they were now chasing those that do a runner?

All I can say is, good luck with that! What are they going to do, revoke a passport?

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