By Bryan Kavanagh, cross-posted from Online Opinion, March 29th 2016
The Australian Federal Treasury publication “Architecture of Australia’s tax and transfer system” (August 2008) made a valid observation:
While there are at least a hundred taxes, they all ultimately
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Well either I’ve woken up in a parallel universe (no doubt related to the recent proof of the existence of gravitational waves), or the most blindingly obvious imbalances in our tax system have suddenly become imperatives for tax reform for … Read more
There has been much talk in the last few weeks and months about intergenerational fairness, in part because of the release of the government’s Intergenerational Report, which predictably details what young Australians already know: we have been shafted … Read more
Labor Returning to its Economic Justice Roots?
I’ve been struggling to find a news item about this – apart from one pay-walled article in the Australian Financial Review and a Hallelujah from Prosper Australia – but Chris Bowen has just … Read more