ASSIGNMENT:

Budget 2014: What did you think?

Last updated 11:05 16/05/2014
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THE BUDGET: What would you spend our tax dollars on?

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Finance Minister Bill English has unveiled a the 2014 Budget, returning the books to black and making a pitch to middle New Zealand with family-friendly spending.

English announced a $372m surplus and moves included the extension of paid parental to 18 weeks, from April 2016, an increase in the paid parental tax credit to $220 a week, reduced ACC levies and $858m of new money for education.

What did you think of the Government's 2014 Budget? 

We'd love to hear what you would have done differently, if you had Bill English's job.

What would you spend our tax dollars on?

Share your views and tell us what your 2014 Budget would look like by clicking the big green button.


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