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Essential collection of super articles to help fuel election policy debate

Essential collection of super articles to help fuel election policy debate. Superannuation will again feature as a contentious topic in the upcoming Federal Election but help is at hand to understand the regulatory landscape. Essential collection of super articles to help fuel election policy debate The Tax Research Foundation Limited, a fully owned subsidiary of

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Media advisory – Federal Election commentary

Taxpayers Australia will have a spokesperson available to answer media queries related to the economy, tax and superannuation matters throughout the federal election campaign. Media advisory – Federal Election commentary Taxpayers’ Business Services Manager, Lisa Greig, will be able to speak on the policy issues by all political parties and the practical consequences for individual

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Tax transparency paper requires caution

Taxpayers Australia urges taxpayers to exercise caution while analysing the recently published tax details of 321 Australian private companies. Tax transparency paper requires caution The publication of the so-called tax transparency figures to the general public is purportedly to aid public debate about tax policy. “Data supplied by the ATO reveals that this information is

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Tax reform: Has the dialogue ended?

Taxpayers Australia today expressed concern about the fact that the tax reform conversation appears to have given way to an early Federal Budget and a possible double dissolution election.Tax reform: Has the dialogue ended? Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced that the Federal Budget will be held on May 3 and that Federal Parliament will

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Boost public trust and confidence in the ATO through good governance

Taxpayers Australia has called for the appointment of a board of directors to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and increased powers for the Inspector-General of Taxation (IGT) in a submission to an inquiry on the external scrutiny of the ATO being conducted by the House of Representatives standing committee on Tax and Revenue. Boost public

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