Australia's Treasurer Scott Morrison delivers the federal budget in the House of Representatives at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, May 9, 2017.
Regarding debts and deficits, Deloitte says the government still expects this Budget balance to "head back to greener pastures".
There will be $75 billion of infrastructure spending over the next decade.
Morrison described his budget as making the "right choices for Australians" who are working hard to secure "better days ahead".
The Turnbull government's company tax cuts will cost the budget $65.4 billion by mid-2027.
And, while collectively, Australians reckon banks are greedy, Australians also know that increasing a tax on a business means that cost will have to be met from somewhere.
"The only people paying more tax from July 1 this year are the banks and multi-nationals", Mr Morrison said, in a line that could have come directly from the ALP play book.
The big four banks plus Macquarie face a levy that will raise $6.2 billion over four years.
The Australian Bankers Association portrayed the new assessment as "inalienably risky", faulting theory that the measure may be incorporated the financial plan for banks losing AU$14 billion ($10 billion) in incentive on the Australian securities exchange prior Tuesday.
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The Turnbull government will have to rely on Senate crossbench support for its higher education package that includes funding cuts for universities and higher tuition fees for students.
"If the banks want to send a message to Australia, that they want to horde this level of profit to themselves and not do their fair share to support budget fix, they can make that decision", Mr Morrison told 2SM Radio.
Meanwhile Deloitte Access Economics' Chris Richardson said there was some "excellent politics" within the coalition's budget, but was sceptical about the government's promise to return the budget, which is now at 29.4 billion AU dollars (21.6 billion USA dollars) to surplus by 2021. The Government's growth forecasts are not materially different from those in the mid-year review last December, and in fact, a touch conservative compared to those released by the Reserve Bank last week.
The jobless rate is set to ease from 5.75 per cent this year to 5.25 per cent in 2020/21.
The government's first budget announced in 2014 was widely regarded as unfair, with the poor carrying the brunt of saving measures.
Credit agencies have warned that Australia risks losing its triple-A rating if it does not address its deficit, which stood at A$36.5bn (£20.7bn; $26.8bn) in December.
Treasurer Scott Morrison said Tuesday that pumping more money into infrastructure projects would create jobs and guarantee essential services.
According to Deloitte, the theme of this new Budget is to "bury the ghosts of Budgets past" - an appropriate assessment of this new spending spree, as it's been playfully dubbed in the media and social networks as a "Labor Budget" delivered by a Coalition government.