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This paper discusses the history of cash refunds of excess franking credits, and the impact abolition would have on taxpayers, markets and revenue.
This resource argues that there is evidence of growing complacency and reform fatigue, including backsliding on fiscal policy in Australia.
The government is facing the arduous task of securing sustainable expenditure, revenue and debt beyond the current four-year horizon of the budget estimates, argues this report.
Key findings:Long-term prospects for Australia’s public finances are not receiving the attention they deserve. It...
This paper considers the arguments for and against greater use of a sovereign wealth fund in Australia. It argues that the existing Future Fund is unnecessary and that greater use of a sovereign wealth fund would harm Australia’s future prosperity.
Sovereign wealth funds (SWFs)...