ACT set to share GST tax revenue windfall with other states and territories

Adrian Rollins
Updated March 12 2023 - 7:48am, first published 7:47am
ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr delivering the mid-year budget update in February. Picture by Elesa Kurtz
ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr delivering the mid-year budget update in February. Picture by Elesa Kurtz

The ACT and other states and territories are on track for a multi-million dollar goods and services tax revenue windfall in an upside to the strong household spending that has helped fuel inflation and force interest rates higher.

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Adrian Rollins

Adrian Rollins

Journalist

Adrian Rollins is economics correspondent for the Canberra Times

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