Carbon pricing to generate 'net loss' for most households

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The latest findings from the Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) are fueling arguments that the federal price on carbon is an economic burden for families — and could only increase in years to come.
 
As carbon pricing increases, lower income households should continue to receive rebates, but middle-class and upper-class households should be expecting to pay hundreds, if not thousands according to the PBO, depending on their carbon consumption.