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Investing in vital infrastructure ANNUAL REPORT TO TAXPAYERS

The Northern Beaches have some of the most congested roads in Australia. Warringah Road is the third worst road in all of Australia. This Budget will see an investment of a record $23.7 billion for Infrastructure in NSW.

JASON FALINSKI MPRevenue and spending

The Liberal State Government with Turnbull Government support has been building a plethora of badly needed infrastructure. From the $100 million invested on Mona Vale Hospital, to the billion dollar Northern Beaches Hospital. The B-Line (opposed by Labor) Warringah Road and Mona Vale Road widening starting shortly. All of these projects when completed will make a difference.

Appen

Federal Member for Mackellar

The proposed Beaches Link Tunnel will be a vital piece of road infrastructure that will de-congest our roads and give you more time with your family. Unfortunatley Labor’s Luke Foley says the Beaches Link Tunnel is a “vanity project” and promises to cancel it if elected.

Revenue and spending Revenue and spending Revenue and spending A message from Jason Revenue and spending Revenue and spending

Total revenue for 2018-19 is expected to be $486.1 billion, an increase 6.6 per cent on estimated revenue in 2017-18. Total expenses for 2018are expectedAppendix to be $488.6Bbillion, an increase of 4.2 per cent on estim expenses in 2017-18

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Lower, Fairer and Simpler Tax Together, these changes build a better tax system to support growth through investment, more jobs and greater participation in the workforce.

The Government’s Personal Income Tax Plan will make personal income tax lower, fairer and simpler while encouraging Australians to work hard and be rewarded for their work.

Locally, the government’s new Income Tax Policy will benefit hard working Mackellar residents such as you. For example, a school teacher on $75,000 will have an extra $530 in their pocket from the Budget year onwards, with an extra $3,740 in their pocket over the first seven years of the tax plan.

This plan is affordable. By growing our economy, the Government can fund this plan and deliver a stronger Budget to ensure Australia continues to live within its means. The plan begins with permanent tax relief to middle and lower income earners, to encourage and reward working Australians and to assist with cost of living pressures. Under step two, the plan will help protect incomes earned by Australians from bracket creep. The third step will make personal taxes simpler and flatter to ensure more Australians are paying lower taxes on every extra dollar they earn. The immediate benefit for low and middle income earners will be up to $530 a year and up to $1,060 for a working couple, starting in 2018-19. By lifting the 32.5 per cent tax bracket to $90,000 from 1 July 2018, around 200,000 taxpayers will be prevented from moving into the 37 per cent tax bracket. Further threshold changes in 2022-23 and 2024-25 will simplify and flatten personal tax rates. Under this plan, the proportion of Australian taxpayers projected to face a marginal tax rate of 32.5 per cent or less will increase from 63 per cent to 94 per cent in 2024-25. Individuals will be able to take on additional work or advance their careers knowing their extra income will not be taxed more harshly. This plan builds on the company tax cuts and measures to strengthen the integrity of the tax system.

Our new child care system, starting July 2 will benefit 6,135 local families in Mackellar. The changes will increase the subsidy from around 72 per cent to 85 per cent for families earning $66,958 or less a year. If you have not done so already, please visit education.gov.au childcare to estimate your new subsidy and make the switch to the new system. This budget will continue to back small business by reducing taxes for small businesses and by extending the $20,000 instant asset write off; the 23,678 local businesses in Mackellar will continue to deliver jobs to local residents. Australia’s economy is pulling out of a tough period but is making real progress. The Budget deficit is less than half of what it was two years ago. We are on track for a modest balance in 2019-20, increasing to a projected surplus of $11 billion in 2020-21. A stronger economy is enabling us to deliver record support for services – including $24.5 billion of extra schools funding over a decade (on average, 50% more funding per student) and $39 billion in additional hospitals funding over five years (a 29% increase). The Turnbull Government’s record of financial responsibility means that under our plan, Australians can plan their future with confidence.

Presenting funds to the Peninsula

Bridge Club

Visiting local manuf acturers

Visiting Kinma Primary and Preschool

Total revenue for$486.1 2018-19billion, is expected to be $486.1 Total revenue for 2018-19 is expected to be an increase of billion, an increase of Individuals tax $222 6.6 per cent on estimated revenue in 2017-18. Total expenses for income 2018-19 Since my election in 2016, I have sought to keep all taxpayers WhereTotal revenue comes from 6.6 per cent on estimated revenue in 2017-18. expenses for(2018-19) 2018-19 are expected to be $488.6 billion, an increase of 4.2 per cent on estimate Non-tax revenue $34.1 billi (whether you are a retiree, student or pensioner) informedfor about Total is expected toincrease be $486.1ofbillion, increase of arerevenue expected to2018-19 behow $488.6 billion, an 4.2 peran cent on estimated expenses in 2017-18 Customs duty $16.5 billion the Government spends your money. 6.6expenses per cent on estimated revenue in 2017-18. Total expenses for 2018-19 in 2017-18 Fuels excise $19.5 billion are expected to be $488.6 billion, an increase of 4.2 per cent on estimated This is a fundamental fact that Governments should never forget. Sales taxes $72.1 billion expenses in 2017-18 Individuals income tax $222.9 bil This is your money – werevenue merely hold in trust for Where revenue comes from (2018-19) Total forit2018-19 isyou. expected to be $486.1 billion, an increase of Individuals income tax $222.9 billion Other excise $3.6 billion Where revenue comes from (2018-19) Non-tax revenue $34.1 billion 6.6 perGovernment cent on estimated into2017-18. This is why the Turnbull is deliveringrevenue on our plan build a Total expenses for 2018-19 Other taxes $10.1 billion Non-tax revenue $34.1 billion Customs duty $16.5 billion Individuals income tax $222.9 billion are expected be $488.6 billion, an increase ofbillion, 4.2from peran cent on estimated Total revenue forto2018-19 isguaranteeing expected to be $486.1 increase of stronger economy and create more jobs while essential Company and resource ren Where revenue comes (2018-19) Customs duty $16.5 billion Fuels excise $19.5 billion expenses in 2017-18 Non-tax revenue $34.1 billion per on cent estimated revenue services local6.6 families theon Northern Beaches rely on. in 2017-18. Total expenses for 2018-19 Superannuation taxes $10. Fuels excise $19.5 billion Sales taxes $72.1 billion are expected to be $488.6 billion, an increase of 4.2 per cent on estimated Customs duty $16.5 billion Fringe benefits tax $4.3 bill Sales taxes $72.1 billion Other excise $3.6 billion This plan has seen the Australian economy achieve its 27th year of expenses in 2017-18 Fuels excise $19.5 billion

consecutive growth and adding 1,000 revenue jobs a daycomes on average the past Where from over (2018-19) year. More broadly, business conditions in Australia are at the highest level since the global financial crisis. Where revenue comes from (2018-19) Our plan will: Meeting with commuters at BLine

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• Provide tax relief to encourage and reward hard working Australians including 67,143 taxpayers in Mackellar who will benefit from the low and middle income tax relief in the upcoming 2018-19 financial year; • Back businesses to invest and create more jobs, through lower taxes for small business;

What’s next

Other taxes $10.1 billion

Other excise $3.6 billion

Individuals income tax $222.9 billion

Sales taxes $72.1 billion Other taxes $10.1 billion

Company and resource rent taxe

Individuals income $222.9 billion Customs dutytax $16.5 billion

Other excise $3.6 billion Company and resource rent taxes $92.6 billion

Superannuation taxes $10.4 billio

Non-tax revenue Fuels excise$34.1 $19.5billion billion

Other taxes $10.1 billion Superannuation taxes $10.4 billion

Fringe benefits tax $4.3 billion

Non-tax revenue $34.1 billion

Where taxpayers’ money (2018-19) Company is and spent resource rent taxes $92.6 billion Customs duty $16.5 billion Fringe benefits tax $4.3 billion

Sales taxes $72.1 billion

Do you have an event coming up? Do you want me to visit your business?

FuelsOther exciseexcise $19.5$3.6 billion billion

Defence $31.2 billion

Fringe benefits tax $4.3 billion

SalesOther taxes taxes $72.1$10.1 billionbillion

Education $34.7 billion

OtherCompany excise $3.6 billion and resource rent taxes $92.6 billion

Where taxpayers’ money is spent (2018-19)

Health $78.8 billion General public services $23.

OtherSuperannuation taxes $10.1 billion taxes $10.4 billion

• Dealing with the Departments of Immigration and Veterans’ Affairs, Centrelink and the Child Support Agency • Representations to Ministers and their Departments • The National Disability Insurance Scheme • Telecommunications issues

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Where money is spent (2018-19) • Guaranteeing essential services like hospitals, schools and taxpayers’ care Superannuation taxes $10.4 billion for older Australians;

Social security and wel Defence $31.2 billion

Where taxpayers’ money is spent (2018-19)

Defence $31.2 billion General public services $23.1 billion

• Ensure the Government lives within its means. I encourage you to read on for more details and ask for you to share your Where taxpayers’ money is spent (2018-19) views with me. Every day, your views and opinions help me to better represent you in Canberra. Where taxpayers’ money is spent (2018-19)

B U D G E T OV E RV I E W General public services $23.1 billion Defence $31.2 billion General public services $23.1 billion

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General public services $23.1 billion

Fringe benefits tax $4.3 billion

• Keep Australians safe; and

Education $34.7 billion

Education $34.7 billion Defence $31.2 billion

Social security and welfare $

Health $78.8 billion Education $34.7 billion

Other purposes $98 billion

Social security and welfare $176 billion Health $78.8 billion

All other functions $46.7 billio

Other purposes $98 billion Social security and welfare $176 billion All other functions $46.7 billion Other purposes $98 billion

Defence $31.2 billion B U D G E T OV E RV I E W Health $78.8 billion Education $34.7 billion

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All other functions $46.7 billion

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Health $78.8 billion

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Other purposes $98 billion Social security and welfare $176 billion

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All other functions $46.7 billion Other purposes $98 billion

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Other purposes $98 bil Education $34.7 billion

All other functions $46. Health $78.8 billion

Social security and welfare $176 billion

• Congratulatory messages for

General public services

Superannuation taxes $10.4 billion

Company and resource Fringe benefits taxrent $4.3taxes billion$92.6 billion

My office can assist you with federal matters such as:

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Append

Appendix B

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Taxes are necessary to fund government services. But they need to be fair, provide incentive to succeed, and reward effort.

Appendix B

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Investing in vital infrastructure ANNUAL REPORT TO TAXPAYERS

The Northern Beaches have some of the most congested roads in Australia. Warringah Road is the third worst road in all of Australia. This Budget will see an investment of a record $23.7 billion for Infrastructure in NSW.

JASON FALINSKI MPRevenue and spending

The Liberal State Government with Turnbull Government support has been building a plethora of badly needed infrastructure. From the $100 million invested on Mona Vale Hospital, to the billion dollar Northern Beaches Hospital. The B-Line (opposed by Labor) Warringah Road and Mona Vale Road widening starting shortly. All of these projects when completed will make a difference.

Appen

Federal Member for Mackellar

The proposed Beaches Link Tunnel will be a vital piece of road infrastructure that will de-congest our roads and give you more time with your family. Unfortunatley Labor’s Luke Foley says the Beaches Link Tunnel is a “vanity project” and promises to cancel it if elected.

Revenue and spending Revenue and spending Revenue and spending A message from Jason Revenue and spending Revenue and spending

Total revenue for 2018-19 is expected to be $486.1 billion, an increase 6.6 per cent on estimated revenue in 2017-18. Total expenses for 2018are expectedAppendix to be $488.6Bbillion, an increase of 4.2 per cent on estim expenses in 2017-18

Appendix B

Lower, Fairer and Simpler Tax Together, these changes build a better tax system to support growth through investment, more jobs and greater participation in the workforce.

The Government’s Personal Income Tax Plan will make personal income tax lower, fairer and simpler while encouraging Australians to work hard and be rewarded for their work.

Locally, the government’s new Income Tax Policy will benefit hard working Mackellar residents such as you. For example, a school teacher on $75,000 will have an extra $530 in their pocket from the Budget year onwards, with an extra $3,740 in their pocket over the first seven years of the tax plan.

This plan is affordable. By growing our economy, the Government can fund this plan and deliver a stronger Budget to ensure Australia continues to live within its means. The plan begins with permanent tax relief to middle and lower income earners, to encourage and reward working Australians and to assist with cost of living pressures. Under step two, the plan will help protect incomes earned by Australians from bracket creep. The third step will make personal taxes simpler and flatter to ensure more Australians are paying lower taxes on every extra dollar they earn. The immediate benefit for low and middle income earners will be up to $530 a year and up to $1,060 for a working couple, starting in 2018-19. By lifting the 32.5 per cent tax bracket to $90,000 from 1 July 2018, around 200,000 taxpayers will be prevented from moving into the 37 per cent tax bracket. Further threshold changes in 2022-23 and 2024-25 will simplify and flatten personal tax rates. Under this plan, the proportion of Australian taxpayers projected to face a marginal tax rate of 32.5 per cent or less will increase from 63 per cent to 94 per cent in 2024-25. Individuals will be able to take on additional work or advance their careers knowing their extra income will not be taxed more harshly. This plan builds on the company tax cuts and measures to strengthen the integrity of the tax system.

Our new child care system, starting July 2 will benefit 6,135 local families in Mackellar. The changes will increase the subsidy from around 72 per cent to 85 per cent for families earning $66,958 or less a year. If you have not done so already, please visit education.gov.au childcare to estimate your new subsidy and make the switch to the new system. This budget will continue to back small business by reducing taxes for small businesses and by extending the $20,000 instant asset write off; the 23,678 local businesses in Mackellar will continue to deliver jobs to local residents. Australia’s economy is pulling out of a tough period but is making real progress. The Budget deficit is less than half of what it was two years ago. We are on track for a modest balance in 2019-20, increasing to a projected surplus of $11 billion in 2020-21. A stronger economy is enabling us to deliver record support for services – including $24.5 billion of extra schools funding over a decade (on average, 50% more funding per student) and $39 billion in additional hospitals funding over five years (a 29% increase). The Turnbull Government’s record of financial responsibility means that under our plan, Australians can plan their future with confidence.

Presenting funds to the Peninsula

Bridge Club

Visiting local manuf acturers

Visiting Kinma Primary and Preschool

Total revenue for$486.1 2018-19billion, is expected to be $486.1 Total revenue for 2018-19 is expected to be an increase of billion, an increase of Individuals tax $222 6.6 per cent on estimated revenue in 2017-18. Total expenses for income 2018-19 Since my election in 2016, I have sought to keep all taxpayers WhereTotal revenue comes from 6.6 per cent on estimated revenue in 2017-18. expenses for(2018-19) 2018-19 are expected to be $488.6 billion, an increase of 4.2 per cent on estimate Non-tax revenue $34.1 billi (whether you are a retiree, student or pensioner) informedfor about Total is expected toincrease be $486.1ofbillion, increase of arerevenue expected to2018-19 behow $488.6 billion, an 4.2 peran cent on estimated expenses in 2017-18 Customs duty $16.5 billion the Government spends your money. 6.6expenses per cent on estimated revenue in 2017-18. Total expenses for 2018-19 in 2017-18 Fuels excise $19.5 billion are expected to be $488.6 billion, an increase of 4.2 per cent on estimated This is a fundamental fact that Governments should never forget. Sales taxes $72.1 billion expenses in 2017-18 Individuals income tax $222.9 bil This is your money – werevenue merely hold in trust for Where revenue comes from (2018-19) Total forit2018-19 isyou. expected to be $486.1 billion, an increase of Individuals income tax $222.9 billion Other excise $3.6 billion Where revenue comes from (2018-19) Non-tax revenue $34.1 billion 6.6 perGovernment cent on estimated into2017-18. This is why the Turnbull is deliveringrevenue on our plan build a Total expenses for 2018-19 Other taxes $10.1 billion Non-tax revenue $34.1 billion Customs duty $16.5 billion Individuals income tax $222.9 billion are expected be $488.6 billion, an increase ofbillion, 4.2from peran cent on estimated Total revenue forto2018-19 isguaranteeing expected to be $486.1 increase of stronger economy and create more jobs while essential Company and resource ren Where revenue comes (2018-19) Customs duty $16.5 billion Fuels excise $19.5 billion expenses in 2017-18 Non-tax revenue $34.1 billion per on cent estimated revenue services local6.6 families theon Northern Beaches rely on. in 2017-18. Total expenses for 2018-19 Superannuation taxes $10. Fuels excise $19.5 billion Sales taxes $72.1 billion are expected to be $488.6 billion, an increase of 4.2 per cent on estimated Customs duty $16.5 billion Fringe benefits tax $4.3 bill Sales taxes $72.1 billion Other excise $3.6 billion This plan has seen the Australian economy achieve its 27th year of expenses in 2017-18 Fuels excise $19.5 billion

consecutive growth and adding 1,000 revenue jobs a daycomes on average the past Where from over (2018-19) year. More broadly, business conditions in Australia are at the highest level since the global financial crisis. Where revenue comes from (2018-19) Our plan will: Meeting with commuters at BLine

stop Dee Why

Speaking with our

RFS Volunteers

Chatting

with our youngest Surf Life Savers

• Provide tax relief to encourage and reward hard working Australians including 67,143 taxpayers in Mackellar who will benefit from the low and middle income tax relief in the upcoming 2018-19 financial year; • Back businesses to invest and create more jobs, through lower taxes for small business;

What’s next

Other taxes $10.1 billion

Other excise $3.6 billion

Individuals income tax $222.9 billion

Sales taxes $72.1 billion Other taxes $10.1 billion

Company and resource rent taxe

Individuals income $222.9 billion Customs dutytax $16.5 billion

Other excise $3.6 billion Company and resource rent taxes $92.6 billion

Superannuation taxes $10.4 billio

Non-tax revenue Fuels excise$34.1 $19.5billion billion

Other taxes $10.1 billion Superannuation taxes $10.4 billion

Fringe benefits tax $4.3 billion

Non-tax revenue $34.1 billion

Where taxpayers’ money (2018-19) Company is and spent resource rent taxes $92.6 billion Customs duty $16.5 billion Fringe benefits tax $4.3 billion

Sales taxes $72.1 billion

Do you have an event coming up? Do you want me to visit your business?

FuelsOther exciseexcise $19.5$3.6 billion billion

Defence $31.2 billion

Fringe benefits tax $4.3 billion

SalesOther taxes taxes $72.1$10.1 billionbillion

Education $34.7 billion

OtherCompany excise $3.6 billion and resource rent taxes $92.6 billion

Where taxpayers’ money is spent (2018-19)

Health $78.8 billion General public services $23.

OtherSuperannuation taxes $10.1 billion taxes $10.4 billion

• Dealing with the Departments of Immigration and Veterans’ Affairs, Centrelink and the Child Support Agency • Representations to Ministers and their Departments • The National Disability Insurance Scheme • Telecommunications issues

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Where money is spent (2018-19) • Guaranteeing essential services like hospitals, schools and taxpayers’ care Superannuation taxes $10.4 billion for older Australians;

Social security and wel Defence $31.2 billion

Where taxpayers’ money is spent (2018-19)

Defence $31.2 billion General public services $23.1 billion

• Ensure the Government lives within its means. I encourage you to read on for more details and ask for you to share your Where taxpayers’ money is spent (2018-19) views with me. Every day, your views and opinions help me to better represent you in Canberra. Where taxpayers’ money is spent (2018-19)

B U D G E T OV E RV I E W General public services $23.1 billion Defence $31.2 billion General public services $23.1 billion

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General public services $23.1 billion

Fringe benefits tax $4.3 billion

• Keep Australians safe; and

Education $34.7 billion

Education $34.7 billion Defence $31.2 billion

Social security and welfare $

Health $78.8 billion Education $34.7 billion

Other purposes $98 billion

Social security and welfare $176 billion Health $78.8 billion

All other functions $46.7 billio

Other purposes $98 billion Social security and welfare $176 billion All other functions $46.7 billion Other purposes $98 billion

Defence $31.2 billion B U D G E T OV E RV I E W Health $78.8 billion Education $34.7 billion

Jason Falinski MP

All other functions $46.7 billion

Member for Mackellar

birthdays and anniversaries

Health $78.8 billion

B U D G E T OV E RV I E W

33

Other purposes $98 billion Social security and welfare $176 billion

B U D G E T OV E RV I E W

33

All other functions $46.7 billion Other purposes $98 billion

Shop 1, 1238-1246 Pittwater Road, Narrabeen NSW 2101

8484 0300

Shop 1, 1238-1246 Pittwater Road, Narrabeen NSW 2101

Federal Member for Mackellar

jason.falinski.mp@aph.gov.au

JasonFalinskiMP

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Authorised by Jason Falinski MP, Liberal Party of Australia, Shop 1, 1238-1246 Pittwater Road, Narrabeen NSW 2101. Printed by Docmaster, 21/9 Powells Road, Brookvale NSW 2100.

Jason Falinski MP

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All other functions $46.7 billion jason.falinski.mp@aph.gov.au

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Other purposes $98 bil Education $34.7 billion

All other functions $46. Health $78.8 billion

Social security and welfare $176 billion

• Congratulatory messages for

General public services

Superannuation taxes $10.4 billion

Company and resource Fringe benefits taxrent $4.3taxes billion$92.6 billion

My office can assist you with federal matters such as:

JASON FALINSKI MP

Append

Appendix B

Out and about in Mackellar

Taxes are necessary to fund government services. But they need to be fair, provide incentive to succeed, and reward effort.

Appendix B

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JASON FALINSKI MP

Securing our Borders

Delivering for Mackellar

Reef Plan

The Turnbull Government is keeping Australians safe from those who seek to do us harm by strengthening safeguards against persistent and evolving terrorist, national security and criminal threats.

Investing in Education

Here on the Northern Beaches, blessed with so much natural beauty, we understand the value of protecting our marine environment.

We are delivering real money for schools on the Northern Beaches based on the funding model recommended by David Gonski.

The Turnbull Government is making the largest ever single investment, over half a billion dollars, in the protection of the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is the planet’s greatest living wonder. It supports over 64,000 Australian jobs and contributes an estimated $6.4 billion to our economy every year.

We are also making sure that our record and growing school funding delivers a quality school education so that every student in every school in Mackellar is given every opportunity to succeed and thrive.

This funding will help improve water quality, tackle the coral-eating Crown-of-Thorns Starfish and make the Reef more resilient to heat stress. This investment builds on and directly supports the intensive work already underway through the Australian and Queensland Governments’ $2 billion Reef 2050 Plan. This investment is about kick-starting everyday Australians, philanthropists and companies to co-invest in a united effort to protect the Reef.

Quality Early learning We are ensuring that 2,230 children in Mackellar can access 15 hours of quality early learning in the year before school as part of our $440 million extension to the National Partnership Agreement on Universal Access to Early Childhood Education for 2019.

Record Funding for Hospitals The Turnbull Government is investing record funding into hospitals with our fully funded five year hospitals plan through to 2024-25, which will provide millions of additional hospital services for patients across Australia in each and every year. NSW public hospitals will receive over $39.5 billion over the five years to 202425, delivering an additional $8.94 billion in funding compared to the previous five years. This is a funding increase of 29 per cent.

Government and Independent Schools funding in Mackellar increases significantly, rising by $23.0 million over the 10 years to 2027. In Mackellar, every public school will receive a 51% increase in per student funding as a part of this government education funding packages. The Catholic school system also receives significant funding growth with an additional $2.93 billion from now until 2027 – a growth of 46.3 percent. This funding will continue to be provided as a lump sum to the NSW Catholic Schools Commission to distribute as they see fit.

New Medicines The Budget guarantees affordable access to more lifesaving medicines for all Australians, with $1.4 billion for new and amended listings on the PBS. These include vital medicines to treat spinal muscular atrophy, breast cancer, relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis and a new medicine to prevent HIV. Since coming into Government, the Turnbull Government has helped improve the health of Australians by subsidising all drugs recommended by the PBAC amounting to more than $8.3 billion worth of new medicines. The budget also delivers $33.8 million for mental illness, $20.9 million for early childhood health and $154.3 million to support Australians live healthier and more active lives through community sport.

This year’s budget makes critical investments to equip our security agencies with the tools needed to keep Australia open for business while managing the increasingly complex security environment. We are investing $294 million over four years to make air travel safer through new sophisticated screening technology for passengers, bags and cargo and a greater AFP presence at airports . Frontline police access will also be provided access to criminal intelligence from all jurisdictions through the National Criminal Intelligence System (NCIS).

Last year, I spoke in Parliament about new laws the Turnbull Government passed to toughen penalties for child sex offenders who travel overseas to exploit children. In this budget we are providing $68.6 million over four years to establish the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE) which will deliver a national approach to the abhorrent exploitation and abuse of children. Furthermore, an additional $30 million will be provided for Round 2 of the Safer Communities Fund to improve local security infrastructure, such closed-circuit television (CCTV) and lighting. I will push for the Northern Beaches to receive its fair share of this money.

The Turnbull Government is building a stronger economy to benefit all Australians.

OUR PLAN FOR

A ST R O N G E R E CO N O M Y

The Government’s seven-year Personal Income Tax Plan means more Australians will face lower rates of tax. Proportion of taxpayers in each tax bracket in 2017-18 under the current system

Cracking down on the Black Economy The Turnbull Government is taking decisive action in the fight against the black economy to ensure the community can have trust in the tax system. Our reforms follow recommendations made by the Black Economy Taskforce which the Government formed to crack down on illegal black economy activity. The measures include; limiting the size of cash payments made to businesses to reduce the risk of money laundering; ensuring the Government only awards contracts to businesses that comply with their tax obligations; establishing a multi-agency Black Economy Standing Taskforce and a dedicated hotline to report black economy activity; cracking down on illicit tobacco; and targeting

professional advisers like tax agents and pre-insolvency practitioners who promote and facilitate black economy activities. These measures are about ensuring all Australians receive a ‘fair go’ and that exploitative and illegal behaviour is curtailed. Already, the Government has taken significant action to ensure that multi-nationals pay their fair share of tax. As I noted in Parliament, our Multinational Anti-Avoidance Law and Diverted Profits Tax, has been pivotal in the ATO raising $5.2 billion in tax liabilities from large companies since July 2016.

Returning the Budget back to balance Through strong economic management and responsible fiscal control, we have delivered on our commitment to responsibly return the Budget to balance. The budget deficit will improve from 3.0 per cent of GDP in 2013-14 to 0.8 per cent of GDP in 2018-19, a fiscal consolidation of 2.2 percentage points. The underlying cash balance is expected to reach a surplus of 0.8 per cent of GDP in 2021-22, making the Government’s total fiscal consolidation 3.8 percentage points.

at MYEFO. Net debt as a share of the economy will continue to decline across the forward estimates period and into the medium term. By 2028-29, net debt is projected to drop to 3.8 per cent of GDP.

22%

@ 19% tax rate Up to $37,000

53%

@ 32.5% tax rate $37,001 - $87,000

Average full-time earnings*

20%

@ 37% tax rate $87,001 - $180,000

5%

@ 45% tax rate Over $180,000

Proportion of taxpayers in each tax bracket in 2024-25 under the current system

16%

@ 19% tax rate Up to $37,000

47%

@ 32.5% tax rate $37,001 - $87,000

Average full-time earnings*

29%

@ 37% tax rate $87,001 - $180,000

8%

@ 45% tax rate Over $180,000

Proportion of taxpayers in each tax bracket in 2024-25 under the Government’s Plan

The expected budget outcomes across the forward estimates are the strongest since the Global Financial Crisis and surpluses are expected, rising to in excess of 1 per cent of GDP by 2026-27. We have turned the corner on net debt, which will peak in 2017-18, a year earlier than expected at the 2017-18 MidYear Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO), and at 18.6 per cent, lower than the peak of 19.2 per cent of GDP expected

21%

@ 19% tax rate Up to $41,000

73%

@ 32.5% tax rate $41,001 - $200,000

Average full-time earnings*

6%

@ 45% tax rate Over $200,000

* Average full-time earnings includes both males and females, and excludes earnings from overtime work


JASON FALINSKI MP

Securing our Borders

Delivering for Mackellar

Reef Plan

The Turnbull Government is keeping Australians safe from those who seek to do us harm by strengthening safeguards against persistent and evolving terrorist, national security and criminal threats.

Investing in Education

Here on the Northern Beaches, blessed with so much natural beauty, we understand the value of protecting our marine environment.

We are delivering real money for schools on the Northern Beaches based on the funding model recommended by David Gonski.

The Turnbull Government is making the largest ever single investment, over half a billion dollars, in the protection of the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is the planet’s greatest living wonder. It supports over 64,000 Australian jobs and contributes an estimated $6.4 billion to our economy every year.

We are also making sure that our record and growing school funding delivers a quality school education so that every student in every school in Mackellar is given every opportunity to succeed and thrive.

This funding will help improve water quality, tackle the coral-eating Crown-of-Thorns Starfish and make the Reef more resilient to heat stress. This investment builds on and directly supports the intensive work already underway through the Australian and Queensland Governments’ $2 billion Reef 2050 Plan. This investment is about kick-starting everyday Australians, philanthropists and companies to co-invest in a united effort to protect the Reef.

Quality Early learning We are ensuring that 2,230 children in Mackellar can access 15 hours of quality early learning in the year before school as part of our $440 million extension to the National Partnership Agreement on Universal Access to Early Childhood Education for 2019.

Record Funding for Hospitals The Turnbull Government is investing record funding into hospitals with our fully funded five year hospitals plan through to 2024-25, which will provide millions of additional hospital services for patients across Australia in each and every year. NSW public hospitals will receive over $39.5 billion over the five years to 202425, delivering an additional $8.94 billion in funding compared to the previous five years. This is a funding increase of 29 per cent.

Government and Independent Schools funding in Mackellar increases significantly, rising by $23.0 million over the 10 years to 2027. In Mackellar, every public school will receive a 51% increase in per student funding as a part of this government education funding packages. The Catholic school system also receives significant funding growth with an additional $2.93 billion from now until 2027 – a growth of 46.3 percent. This funding will continue to be provided as a lump sum to the NSW Catholic Schools Commission to distribute as they see fit.

New Medicines The Budget guarantees affordable access to more lifesaving medicines for all Australians, with $1.4 billion for new and amended listings on the PBS. These include vital medicines to treat spinal muscular atrophy, breast cancer, relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis and a new medicine to prevent HIV. Since coming into Government, the Turnbull Government has helped improve the health of Australians by subsidising all drugs recommended by the PBAC amounting to more than $8.3 billion worth of new medicines. The budget also delivers $33.8 million for mental illness, $20.9 million for early childhood health and $154.3 million to support Australians live healthier and more active lives through community sport.

This year’s budget makes critical investments to equip our security agencies with the tools needed to keep Australia open for business while managing the increasingly complex security environment. We are investing $294 million over four years to make air travel safer through new sophisticated screening technology for passengers, bags and cargo and a greater AFP presence at airports . Frontline police access will also be provided access to criminal intelligence from all jurisdictions through the National Criminal Intelligence System (NCIS).

Last year, I spoke in Parliament about new laws the Turnbull Government passed to toughen penalties for child sex offenders who travel overseas to exploit children. In this budget we are providing $68.6 million over four years to establish the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE) which will deliver a national approach to the abhorrent exploitation and abuse of children. Furthermore, an additional $30 million will be provided for Round 2 of the Safer Communities Fund to improve local security infrastructure, such closed-circuit television (CCTV) and lighting. I will push for the Northern Beaches to receive its fair share of this money.

The Turnbull Government is building a stronger economy to benefit all Australians.

OUR PLAN FOR

A ST R O N G E R E CO N O M Y

The Government’s seven-year Personal Income Tax Plan means more Australians will face lower rates of tax. Proportion of taxpayers in each tax bracket in 2017-18 under the current system

Cracking down on the Black Economy The Turnbull Government is taking decisive action in the fight against the black economy to ensure the community can have trust in the tax system. Our reforms follow recommendations made by the Black Economy Taskforce which the Government formed to crack down on illegal black economy activity. The measures include; limiting the size of cash payments made to businesses to reduce the risk of money laundering; ensuring the Government only awards contracts to businesses that comply with their tax obligations; establishing a multi-agency Black Economy Standing Taskforce and a dedicated hotline to report black economy activity; cracking down on illicit tobacco; and targeting

professional advisers like tax agents and pre-insolvency practitioners who promote and facilitate black economy activities. These measures are about ensuring all Australians receive a ‘fair go’ and that exploitative and illegal behaviour is curtailed. Already, the Government has taken significant action to ensure that multi-nationals pay their fair share of tax. As I noted in Parliament, our Multinational Anti-Avoidance Law and Diverted Profits Tax, has been pivotal in the ATO raising $5.2 billion in tax liabilities from large companies since July 2016.

Returning the Budget back to balance Through strong economic management and responsible fiscal control, we have delivered on our commitment to responsibly return the Budget to balance. The budget deficit will improve from 3.0 per cent of GDP in 2013-14 to 0.8 per cent of GDP in 2018-19, a fiscal consolidation of 2.2 percentage points. The underlying cash balance is expected to reach a surplus of 0.8 per cent of GDP in 2021-22, making the Government’s total fiscal consolidation 3.8 percentage points.

at MYEFO. Net debt as a share of the economy will continue to decline across the forward estimates period and into the medium term. By 2028-29, net debt is projected to drop to 3.8 per cent of GDP.

22%

@ 19% tax rate Up to $37,000

53%

@ 32.5% tax rate $37,001 - $87,000

Average full-time earnings*

20%

@ 37% tax rate $87,001 - $180,000

5%

@ 45% tax rate Over $180,000

Proportion of taxpayers in each tax bracket in 2024-25 under the current system

16%

@ 19% tax rate Up to $37,000

47%

@ 32.5% tax rate $37,001 - $87,000

Average full-time earnings*

29%

@ 37% tax rate $87,001 - $180,000

8%

@ 45% tax rate Over $180,000

Proportion of taxpayers in each tax bracket in 2024-25 under the Government’s Plan

The expected budget outcomes across the forward estimates are the strongest since the Global Financial Crisis and surpluses are expected, rising to in excess of 1 per cent of GDP by 2026-27. We have turned the corner on net debt, which will peak in 2017-18, a year earlier than expected at the 2017-18 MidYear Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO), and at 18.6 per cent, lower than the peak of 19.2 per cent of GDP expected

21%

@ 19% tax rate Up to $41,000

73%

@ 32.5% tax rate $41,001 - $200,000

Average full-time earnings*

6%

@ 45% tax rate Over $200,000

* Average full-time earnings includes both males and females, and excludes earnings from overtime work


JASON FALINSKI MP

Securing our Borders

Delivering for Mackellar

Reef Plan

The Turnbull Government is keeping Australians safe from those who seek to do us harm by strengthening safeguards against persistent and evolving terrorist, national security and criminal threats.

Investing in Education

Here on the Northern Beaches, blessed with so much natural beauty, we understand the value of protecting our marine environment.

We are delivering real money for schools on the Northern Beaches based on the funding model recommended by David Gonski.

The Turnbull Government is making the largest ever single investment, over half a billion dollars, in the protection of the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is the planet’s greatest living wonder. It supports over 64,000 Australian jobs and contributes an estimated $6.4 billion to our economy every year.

We are also making sure that our record and growing school funding delivers a quality school education so that every student in every school in Mackellar is given every opportunity to succeed and thrive.

This funding will help improve water quality, tackle the coral-eating Crown-of-Thorns Starfish and make the Reef more resilient to heat stress. This investment builds on and directly supports the intensive work already underway through the Australian and Queensland Governments’ $2 billion Reef 2050 Plan. This investment is about kick-starting everyday Australians, philanthropists and companies to co-invest in a united effort to protect the Reef.

Quality Early learning We are ensuring that 2,230 children in Mackellar can access 15 hours of quality early learning in the year before school as part of our $440 million extension to the National Partnership Agreement on Universal Access to Early Childhood Education for 2019.

Record Funding for Hospitals The Turnbull Government is investing record funding into hospitals with our fully funded five year hospitals plan through to 2024-25, which will provide millions of additional hospital services for patients across Australia in each and every year. NSW public hospitals will receive over $39.5 billion over the five years to 202425, delivering an additional $8.94 billion in funding compared to the previous five years. This is a funding increase of 29 per cent.

Government and Independent Schools funding in Mackellar increases significantly, rising by $23.0 million over the 10 years to 2027. In Mackellar, every public school will receive a 51% increase in per student funding as a part of this government education funding packages. The Catholic school system also receives significant funding growth with an additional $2.93 billion from now until 2027 – a growth of 46.3 percent. This funding will continue to be provided as a lump sum to the NSW Catholic Schools Commission to distribute as they see fit.

New Medicines The Budget guarantees affordable access to more lifesaving medicines for all Australians, with $1.4 billion for new and amended listings on the PBS. These include vital medicines to treat spinal muscular atrophy, breast cancer, relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis and a new medicine to prevent HIV. Since coming into Government, the Turnbull Government has helped improve the health of Australians by subsidising all drugs recommended by the PBAC amounting to more than $8.3 billion worth of new medicines. The budget also delivers $33.8 million for mental illness, $20.9 million for early childhood health and $154.3 million to support Australians live healthier and more active lives through community sport.

This year’s budget makes critical investments to equip our security agencies with the tools needed to keep Australia open for business while managing the increasingly complex security environment. We are investing $294 million over four years to make air travel safer through new sophisticated screening technology for passengers, bags and cargo and a greater AFP presence at airports . Frontline police access will also be provided access to criminal intelligence from all jurisdictions through the National Criminal Intelligence System (NCIS).

Last year, I spoke in Parliament about new laws the Turnbull Government passed to toughen penalties for child sex offenders who travel overseas to exploit children. In this budget we are providing $68.6 million over four years to establish the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE) which will deliver a national approach to the abhorrent exploitation and abuse of children. Furthermore, an additional $30 million will be provided for Round 2 of the Safer Communities Fund to improve local security infrastructure, such closed-circuit television (CCTV) and lighting. I will push for the Northern Beaches to receive its fair share of this money.

The Turnbull Government is building a stronger economy to benefit all Australians.

OUR PLAN FOR

A ST R O N G E R E CO N O M Y

The Government’s seven-year Personal Income Tax Plan means more Australians will face lower rates of tax. Proportion of taxpayers in each tax bracket in 2017-18 under the current system

Cracking down on the Black Economy The Turnbull Government is taking decisive action in the fight against the black economy to ensure the community can have trust in the tax system. Our reforms follow recommendations made by the Black Economy Taskforce which the Government formed to crack down on illegal black economy activity. The measures include; limiting the size of cash payments made to businesses to reduce the risk of money laundering; ensuring the Government only awards contracts to businesses that comply with their tax obligations; establishing a multi-agency Black Economy Standing Taskforce and a dedicated hotline to report black economy activity; cracking down on illicit tobacco; and targeting

professional advisers like tax agents and pre-insolvency practitioners who promote and facilitate black economy activities. These measures are about ensuring all Australians receive a ‘fair go’ and that exploitative and illegal behaviour is curtailed. Already, the Government has taken significant action to ensure that multi-nationals pay their fair share of tax. As I noted in Parliament, our Multinational Anti-Avoidance Law and Diverted Profits Tax, has been pivotal in the ATO raising $5.2 billion in tax liabilities from large companies since July 2016.

Returning the Budget back to balance Through strong economic management and responsible fiscal control, we have delivered on our commitment to responsibly return the Budget to balance. The budget deficit will improve from 3.0 per cent of GDP in 2013-14 to 0.8 per cent of GDP in 2018-19, a fiscal consolidation of 2.2 percentage points. The underlying cash balance is expected to reach a surplus of 0.8 per cent of GDP in 2021-22, making the Government’s total fiscal consolidation 3.8 percentage points.

at MYEFO. Net debt as a share of the economy will continue to decline across the forward estimates period and into the medium term. By 2028-29, net debt is projected to drop to 3.8 per cent of GDP.

22%

@ 19% tax rate Up to $37,000

53%

@ 32.5% tax rate $37,001 - $87,000

Average full-time earnings*

20%

@ 37% tax rate $87,001 - $180,000

5%

@ 45% tax rate Over $180,000

Proportion of taxpayers in each tax bracket in 2024-25 under the current system

16%

@ 19% tax rate Up to $37,000

47%

@ 32.5% tax rate $37,001 - $87,000

Average full-time earnings*

29%

@ 37% tax rate $87,001 - $180,000

8%

@ 45% tax rate Over $180,000

Proportion of taxpayers in each tax bracket in 2024-25 under the Government’s Plan

The expected budget outcomes across the forward estimates are the strongest since the Global Financial Crisis and surpluses are expected, rising to in excess of 1 per cent of GDP by 2026-27. We have turned the corner on net debt, which will peak in 2017-18, a year earlier than expected at the 2017-18 MidYear Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO), and at 18.6 per cent, lower than the peak of 19.2 per cent of GDP expected

21%

@ 19% tax rate Up to $41,000

73%

@ 32.5% tax rate $41,001 - $200,000

Average full-time earnings*

6%

@ 45% tax rate Over $200,000

* Average full-time earnings includes both males and females, and excludes earnings from overtime work


Investing in vital infrastructure ANNUAL REPORT TO TAXPAYERS

The Northern Beaches have some of the most congested roads in Australia. Warringah Road is the third worst road in all of Australia. This Budget will see an investment of a record $23.7 billion for Infrastructure in NSW.

JASON FALINSKI MPRevenue and spending

The Liberal State Government with Turnbull Government support has been building a plethora of badly needed infrastructure. From the $100 million invested on Mona Vale Hospital, to the billion dollar Northern Beaches Hospital. The B-Line (opposed by Labor) Warringah Road and Mona Vale Road widening starting shortly. All of these projects when completed will make a difference.

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Federal Member for Mackellar

The proposed Beaches Link Tunnel will be a vital piece of road infrastructure that will de-congest our roads and give you more time with your family. Unfortunatley Labor’s Luke Foley says the Beaches Link Tunnel is a “vanity project” and promises to cancel it if elected.

Revenue and spending Revenue and spending Revenue and spending A message from Jason Revenue and spending Revenue and spending

Total revenue for 2018-19 is expected to be $486.1 billion, an increase 6.6 per cent on estimated revenue in 2017-18. Total expenses for 2018are expectedAppendix to be $488.6Bbillion, an increase of 4.2 per cent on estim expenses in 2017-18

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Lower, Fairer and Simpler Tax Together, these changes build a better tax system to support growth through investment, more jobs and greater participation in the workforce.

The Government’s Personal Income Tax Plan will make personal income tax lower, fairer and simpler while encouraging Australians to work hard and be rewarded for their work.

Locally, the government’s new Income Tax Policy will benefit hard working Mackellar residents such as you. For example, a school teacher on $75,000 will have an extra $530 in their pocket from the Budget year onwards, with an extra $3,740 in their pocket over the first seven years of the tax plan.

This plan is affordable. By growing our economy, the Government can fund this plan and deliver a stronger Budget to ensure Australia continues to live within its means. The plan begins with permanent tax relief to middle and lower income earners, to encourage and reward working Australians and to assist with cost of living pressures. Under step two, the plan will help protect incomes earned by Australians from bracket creep. The third step will make personal taxes simpler and flatter to ensure more Australians are paying lower taxes on every extra dollar they earn. The immediate benefit for low and middle income earners will be up to $530 a year and up to $1,060 for a working couple, starting in 2018-19. By lifting the 32.5 per cent tax bracket to $90,000 from 1 July 2018, around 200,000 taxpayers will be prevented from moving into the 37 per cent tax bracket. Further threshold changes in 2022-23 and 2024-25 will simplify and flatten personal tax rates. Under this plan, the proportion of Australian taxpayers projected to face a marginal tax rate of 32.5 per cent or less will increase from 63 per cent to 94 per cent in 2024-25. Individuals will be able to take on additional work or advance their careers knowing their extra income will not be taxed more harshly. This plan builds on the company tax cuts and measures to strengthen the integrity of the tax system.

Our new child care system, starting July 2 will benefit 6,135 local families in Mackellar. The changes will increase the subsidy from around 72 per cent to 85 per cent for families earning $66,958 or less a year. If you have not done so already, please visit education.gov.au childcare to estimate your new subsidy and make the switch to the new system. This budget will continue to back small business by reducing taxes for small businesses and by extending the $20,000 instant asset write off; the 23,678 local businesses in Mackellar will continue to deliver jobs to local residents. Australia’s economy is pulling out of a tough period but is making real progress. The Budget deficit is less than half of what it was two years ago. We are on track for a modest balance in 2019-20, increasing to a projected surplus of $11 billion in 2020-21. A stronger economy is enabling us to deliver record support for services – including $24.5 billion of extra schools funding over a decade (on average, 50% more funding per student) and $39 billion in additional hospitals funding over five years (a 29% increase). The Turnbull Government’s record of financial responsibility means that under our plan, Australians can plan their future with confidence.

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consecutive growth and adding 1,000 revenue jobs a daycomes on average the past Where from over (2018-19) year. More broadly, business conditions in Australia are at the highest level since the global financial crisis. Where revenue comes from (2018-19) Our plan will: Meeting with commuters at BLine

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• Provide tax relief to encourage and reward hard working Australians including 67,143 taxpayers in Mackellar who will benefit from the low and middle income tax relief in the upcoming 2018-19 financial year; • Back businesses to invest and create more jobs, through lower taxes for small business;

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Other excise $3.6 billion

Individuals income tax $222.9 billion

Sales taxes $72.1 billion Other taxes $10.1 billion

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Fringe benefits tax $4.3 billion

Non-tax revenue $34.1 billion

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Defence $31.2 billion

Fringe benefits tax $4.3 billion

SalesOther taxes taxes $72.1$10.1 billionbillion

Education $34.7 billion

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Health $78.8 billion General public services $23.

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Defence $31.2 billion General public services $23.1 billion

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