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Monday’s toughest question was about raising more tax from the mining sector to build sovereign wealth, asked by Ian Abbey. Scroll down to view. 

Six days after delivering his make-or-break budget, Jim Chalmers faces his own constituents in a special Q+A from Logan on Monday night. 

Live from the Logan Entertainment Centre on Brisbane’s southern fringes, in the heart of his working-class electorate, the Treasurer joins Patricia Karvelas and hundreds of locals to hear directly how the budget impacts them. 

Amid a cost-of-living crisis and global economic turmoil – and with an election due within a year – what does Logan make of their Treasurer’s economic management

Watch Q+A Monday at 9.35pm AEST on ABC TV and ABC iview.

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Jim Chalmers

Treasurer Jim Chalmers says a household credit on power bills included in this week’s budget is “the easiest, most efficient way” to provide cost-of-living relief.

Monday's Hard Question

Sovereign Wealth Fund

Ian Abbey asked: For ANYTHING we mine, should we be taxing the hell out of it? Once it is mined it is gone forever. (Unlike farming which produces product year after year). Do we wish to end up like Narau when the phosphate ran out? The revenue would go into a Sovereign Wealth Fund so the value of these national assets are preserved for future generations. What does the panel think?

Q+A on ABC and ABC iviewMonday 20 May at 9.35pm AEST

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