Treasurer Wayne Swan will tonight announce the highly anticipated 2009 Federal Budget. High on the agenda: a paid maternity leave scheme, pension increase, means testing for private health insurance rebates, and the removal of the boost to the first home owners grant. In his pre-budget doorstop meeting in Canberra this morning, Swan said the budget will be about jobs, nation-building and a path back to surplus. The budget is expected to forecast a $58 billion deficit for 2009/10. Mr Swan said that there are no easy answers when faced with a "revenue write-down of something like $200 billion". Key announcements will also include: a forecast of 8.5 percent unemployment for next year; a third economic stimulus package with a focus on infrastructure, a $30 a week increase in the single age pension, government-funded paid parental leave scheme for those earning less than $150,000 to start January 2011, means-testing of 30 per cent private health insurance rebate to affect singles earning over $74,000 and families with combined incomes of $150,000, along with the axing of the higher first home owner grant. The budget is also expected to include crackdown on specialist rorts under Medicare Safety Net, a slashing of the skilled migrant intake by about 7,000 to protect local jobs, a cut in government super co-contribution from $1,500 to $1,000 for those earning less than $60,000 a year, and increased funding to the ABC for the next three years. It is expected the budget will hurt a lot of families, with Swan accepting "full responsibility" for the pain the budget will cause for struggling families.