Budget 2018: Social media reaction

No sooner had Treasurer Scott Morrison uttered his first words of the 2018 Budget when social media commentators began having their say. Here's how Twitter reacted.

Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison began proceedings by saying the Government continues to live within its means.
Deloitte, one of the big four accounting firms, says the Federal Budget will return to balance in 2019-20.
Consumer advocate Gerard Brody highlighted the Federal Government's update on its Retirement Income Framework.
Financial planning firm HLB Mann Judd pointed to the Budget benefits for small-to-medium enterprises.
Financial planning firm Bentleys updated its clients on the Medicare Levy.
Grant Thornton partner Robert Samuel supported additional ASIC funding.
Public policy think tank, The Australia Institute, supports expansion of the pension loan scheme.

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