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This discussion document outlines the main features of the New Zealand government's research and development (R&D) tax incentive proposal.
Over the ten years to 2026-27, when the total benefit to companies is estimated at $65 billion, The Australia Institute estimates the big four banks will receive a ‘gift’ of $9.5 billion, with the Commonwealth Bank alone to receive $2.8 billion.
Using economy-wide modelling, this paper quantifies the substantial consumer benefits from tax reforms that reduce the corporate tax rate, narrow the base to economic rents, or replace imputation with less generous dividend tax concessions.
Independent brewers generate $740 million in annual economic output, according to this economic report prepared for Independent Brewers Australia.
This week the Turnbull Government is trying to convince the Senate to cut the company tax rate from 30% to 25%. A company tax cut is a bad idea, and yet it has it taken hold and apparently 44% of Australians support it.
This study provides a country-level breakdown of the estimated tax losses to profit shifting by multinational companies, and estimates New Zealand is losing more than $700 million a year.
International corporate tax is an important source of government revenue, especially in...
Australia has recently introduced what is known as country-by-country (CbC) reporting. CbC reporting will require certain multinationals to provide reports to the Australian Tax Office outlining their global financial activities. The introduction of CbC reporting is a result of the OECD’s recommendations on Action 13...
Small and medium businesses are driving jobs growth in Australia and must continue to do so.
That is why last year, we announced:A 1.5 percentage point tax cut for incorporated small businesses with a turnover of less than $2 million per year;...
This analysis of data from Australia and OECD countries, finds no support for claims that reduced company tax leads to improved economic performance.
Summary A feature of Australia’s tax debate is the question of whether to change company tax. Claims from business leaders...