More efficient than carbon tax
Carbon taxes and emissions trading schemes are in disarray and of declining relevance around the world. They have failed to cut carbon emissions. They were going down more quickly in Australia before Labor's carbon tax and will now go down more …
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Treasurer Joe Hockey open to scaling back superannuation tax concessions
Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey has left open the option of scaling back superannuation concessions as part of the tax white paper process. Speaking at the Australian Israel Chamber of Commerce lunch in Melbourne, Mr Hockey also flagged a package for …
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Conservative voters blindsided by Coalition tax increases
What exactly is the point of a Coalition government if it offers the same sort of tax increases as voters expect from Labor and the Greens? It's disturbing how quickly the Abbott government has turned its attention to boosting government revenue rather …
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No more cash: Time's up for tax cheats
Tax cheats who fail to pay the GST or don't even realise they should be registered will be hunted down under a new compliance push signed off on by Treasurer Joe Hockey and the states. The GST currently raises around $ 56 billion a year from business …
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