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This analysis continues the Australia Institute's analysis of the effects of the Turnbull Government’s income tax plans, by looking at the distribution of the benefits by federal electorate.
This report contains modelling of the distributionary effect of the accelerated income tax cuts, which reveals 54% of the tax cut benefit goes to the top 20% of income earners, while the bottom 20% receive a mere 3% of the benefit.
This paper argues that the benefit of the final stage of the federal government’s income tax plan will flow overwhelmingly to high income earners, with almost a third going to the top 10% and more than half going to the top 20%.
This analysis of the long term impacts of bracket creep shows that taxpayers are being over compensated for bracket creep at all income levels. The Morrison Government has used bracket creep as a key reason why it needs to implement its income tax cuts package...