确保澳大利亚的复苏

昨晚,莫里森政府通过2021-22年预算,详细说明了在冠状病毒大流行造成的毁灭性影响之后,我们确保澳大利亚复苏的计划中的下一步行动。


得益于政府的前期果断行动,我们的经济强劲复苏一直令全球羡慕。澳大利亚已经提供了比疫情大流行前还要多74,000个的工作岗位。


财政部长团队在昨晚的预算案之前作最后准备

2021年预算旨在通过创造更多就业机会并保证我们所依赖的基本服务来锁定这些收益。根据我们的计划,预计明年的失业率将降至5%以下。

个人所得税减免将为个人和家庭提供进一步的支持。 1000万低收入和中等收入者将获得个人最高1,080元或夫妇最高2,160元的税收减免。


扩展的临时全额支出方式意味着,在雇用了总数达1100万以上工人的企业中,有99%可以继续注销所购买的合格资产的全部价值。企业和技术蓝领将能够继续为不断增长和扩展生意所需的再投入。


重要的是,JobTrainer基金正在扩大规模,增加了5亿元,可提供163,000个职位,帮助那些寻找工作的人提高技能,并解决关键行业的技能短缺问题。通过扩展“提高学徒制开始”计划,还将分配27亿元以支持170,000多名新学徒和培训场所,在12个月内为新上岗的学徒或实习生提供50%的工资补贴。


在我自己的管辖领域,我们将“新房担保”的有效期再延长一年,作为“首次购房贷款存款计划”的一部分,在2021-22年再提供10,000个名额。该计划确实成功地帮助了更多的澳大利亚人尽快拥有他们的第一个家,同时为住宅建筑行业的工作提供了至关重要的支持。


我们还建立了家庭住房担保,这将帮助单亲父母以仅2%的押金购买家庭住房。对于单身收入的父母来说,存下一笔款是获得自己的住房的最难的部分。家庭住房担保将帮助这些家庭尽快克服存款障碍,并尽快住进自己的房屋。


预算的其他一些重点包括:


* 在我们为期10年的1,100亿元基础设施建设项目基础上,在全国范围内增加152亿元的基础设施承诺,包括10亿元用于道路安全升级以及10亿元用于社区基础设施建设;


* child在儿童保育方面投资17亿元,以削减约25万个家庭的生活成本,这些家庭的平均年幼儿托付费用将减少2200元;


* 采取措施鼓励在岸研发和生产,包括对从澳大利亚开发的专利中获得的收入进行税收减免;


* 在《药品福利计划-PBS》中再次增加新药(译者注:PBS就是通过政府补贴,将原本几千几万元的靶向药的价格降低到几十元):可以治疗乳腺癌,肺癌,严重的骨质疏松症,严重的哮喘和慢性偏头痛;和


* 将近180亿元的新资金用于改善老年护理系统,包括另外80,000个新的家庭护理计划。


我们正在通过预算的步骤将有助于创造更多的就业机会,同时减少债务在经济中的比重,确保可持续和有弹性的复苏。有关所含内容的更多详细信息,请在下面找到更多信息或访问budget.gov.au。

祝福大家

The Hon Michael Sukkar MP

Deakin联邦议员
住房部长兼财政副部长

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Securing Australia's Recovery

Last night, the Morrison Government, through the 2021-22 Budget, detailed the next steps in our plan to secure Australia’s recovery, following the devastating impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

Thanks to the Government's decisive early action, our economic recovery has been the envy of the world. Already, Australia has over 74,000 more people in jobs than we had before the pandemic.

The Treasury Ministers team making final preparations before last night's Budget

The 2021 Budget is about locking in these gains through creating more jobs and guaranteeing the essential services we rely on. Under our plan, the unemployment rate is forecast to fall below 5 per cent by next year.

Personal income tax relief will provide further support for individuals and households. 10 million low and middle income earners will receive tax relief worth up to $1,080 for individuals or $2,160 for couples. 

Extended temporary full expensing means 99 per cent of businesses employing more than 11 million workers can continue to write off the full value of eligible assets they purchase. Businesses and tradies will be able to keep investing in the assets they need to grow and expand. 

Importantly, the JobTrainer fund is being expanded with $500 million to provide a further 163,000 places to help upskill those looking for work and meet skills shortages in critical industries. $2.7 billion is also being allocated to support more than 170,000 new apprentices and training places through the extension of the Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements program, providing a 50 per cent wage subsidy over twelve months for newly commencing apprentices or trainees.  

In my own portfolio area, we're extending the New Home Guarantee for another year, providing an additional 10,000 places in 2021-22 as part of the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme for newly built homes. This scheme has been really successful in helping more Australians get into their first home sooner while providing crucial support for jobs in the residential construction industry. 

We're also establishing the Family Home Guarantee, which will help single parents purchase a family home with a deposit of just 2 per cent. For single income parents, saving a deposit is the hardest part of getting a home of their own. The Family Home Guarantee will help these families jump the deposit hurdle and into their own home sooner.

Some of the other highlights of the Budget include:

✅  $15.2 billion in additional infrastructure commitments across the country - including $1 billion for road safety upgrades and a further $1 billion for community infrastructure - on top of our 10-year $110 billion infrastructure pipeline;

✅  A $1.7 billion investment in child care to cut the cost of living for around 250,000 families who will be better off by an average of $2,200 per year;

✅  Measures to encourage more R&D and manufacturing onshore including tax concessions for income earned from patents developed in Australia;

✅  New medicines listed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme to treat breast cancer, lung cancer, severe osteoporosis, severe asthma and chronic migraines; and

✅  Nearly $18 billion in new funding to significantly improve the aged care system – including another 80,000 new home care packages.

The steps we're taking through the Budget will help create more jobs while reducing debt as a share of the economy, ensuring a sustainable and resilient recovery. For more details about what's included, please find further information below or visit budget.gov.au.  

 

Best regards

The Hon Michael Sukkar MP

Federal Member for Deakin
Minister for Housing & Assistant Treasurer

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