INFOGRAPHIC: Budget 2022 at a glance – PBA – Pro Bono Australia


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Contributor | 30 March 2022 at 1:09 pm

Take a look at our budget infographic where we breakdown the winners and losers, the 10 things you need to know and what the sector has to say about this year’s federal budget.
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Our 2022 budget coverage is brought to you by Fifty Acres.
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