The Jersey States Assembly has voted to adopt the Government plan for 2020-2023.
The newly named plan, replacing the old Medium Term Financial Plan, details how much can be raised from taxes and spent on public services until 2023.
After a week of debate on the plan and 45 amendments debated, the plan has now been approved with a number of changes.
A look at some of the things happening:
Fuel duty is going up, costing drivers 6p more per litre from the New Year.
Added to the price of a bottle of spirits.
More per pint of strong beer.
Long term care contributions will increase to 1.5% not 2% as had originally been proposed.
These amendments will bring in an extra £1 million a year for the treasury.
The plan also proposed a number of cost saving initiatives, in a hope to save £100 million in the next four years.
Some amendments to the Government plan were defeated:
Stamp duty rates will remain unchanged
A first time buyers' deposit scheme was rejected
Child allowances will remain the same
Costs of doctor appointments will not reduce
Parking charges will remain the same