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This discussion paper sets out the Business Council of Australia's long-term vision for tax reforms that would drive economic growth.
It calls for a tax system that maximises community wealth, which is then shared by every Australian.
Among the reforms proposed in Unrealised...
This submission addresses Australian corporates’ compliance with tax requirements under the current law.
Most corporates pay the tax they are required to under Australia’s law. Some private groups, linked to wealthy individuals with complex group structures, display more aggressive tax...
The volume of Australia’s Income Tax Assessment Act (1936) has grown exponentially since its enactment, due to ad hoc annual amendments over many decades. However, the substantive nature of the Act has changed little over the years. The breadth and extent of the changes that...
The Turnbull Government’s proposed personal income tax cuts are the largest ever proposed in a federal budget. As is outlined in this submission, the substantial reduction in revenue is not obviously consistent with the government’s medium-term fiscal strategy.
Submission to the Senate Economics Committee on the proposed income tax cuts, in which ACOSS recommends that these cuts be opposed in their entirety and lists the main reasons why.
The submission made by Per Capita, an Australian progressive thinktank, to the Standing Committee on Economics inquiry.
Australia is a comparatively low taxing and low spending country, with the most tightly targeted income support system in the OECD. We are facing a medium term budget challenge, which must be addressed in a way that supports both economic growth and equity and gives...