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Australia's super debt drain - Business Spectator

Australia's super debt drainBusiness SpectatorAt any stage of life, capital gains on the family home are not taxable as income.
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MPs urge Labor to increase GST - Sydney Morning Herald

MPs urge Labor to increase GST - Sydney Morning Herald | Deakin Uni Tax Law | Scoop.it
Sky News AustraliaMPs urge Labor to increase GSTSydney Morning HeraldKINGMAKER independent MPs Tony Windsor and Rob Oakeshott are putting the squeeze on the Labor government to get rid of middle-class welfare entitlements and increase the GST.
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Apple paid only 1.9 percent income tax on $36.8 billion in earnings outside US ... - Washington Post

Apple paid only 1.9 percent income tax on $36.8 billion in earnings outside US ... - Washington Post | Deakin Uni Tax Law | Scoop.it
Daily MailApple paid only 1.9 percent income tax on $36.8 billion in earnings outside US ...Washington PostApple may pay some income taxes on its profit to the country in which it sells its products, but it minimizes them by using various...
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Australia Earnings Chart - Business Insider

Australia Earnings Chart - Business Insider | Deakin Uni Tax Law | Scoop.it
Australia flourished as its enormous mining industry supplied the world's booming emerging markets. But the rapid deceleration in those key export markets lately have been devastating to the Australian economy.
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Treasurers to consider GST on net

Treasurers to consider GST on net | Deakin Uni Tax Law | Scoop.it
Treasurers to consider GST on net (RT @KnowledgeASB: Should the GST-free threshold for goods bought from overseas online stores be cut?
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Oakeshott wants Treasury brief on mining tax - Sydney Morning Herald

Oakeshott wants Treasury brief on mining tax - Sydney Morning Herald | Deakin Uni Tax Law | Scoop.it
Sydney Morning HeraldOakeshott wants Treasury brief on mining taxSydney Morning Herald''I remain concerned that allowing state-based royalties to be deductions only provides incentives for state governments to tax harder.
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GST broker Meg Lees calls for tax review - The Australian

GST broker Meg Lees calls for tax review - The Australian | Deakin Uni Tax Law | Scoop.it
GST broker Meg Lees calls for tax reviewThe AustralianThe Weekend Australian reported that former NSW premier Nick Greiner had exceeded the scope of his review of the carve-up of the GST, commissioned by the federal government, to call for a debate...
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Planning for Retirement | Super Search

Planning for Retirement | Super Search | Deakin Uni Tax Law | Scoop.it
This offset may be as high as 18% if your spouse's assessable income is $10,800 or less with the maximum offset of $540 available. If your spouse's income is greater than $10,800, the offset is calculated on the lesser of $3,000 reduced by $1 ...
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IMF Backs Widening GST As Leaders Reject Nick Greiner Call

IMF Backs Widening GST As Leaders Reject Nick Greiner Call | Deakin Uni Tax Law | Scoop.it
THE International Monetary Fund has backed shifting the burden from income taxes to the GST to lift economic growth, as a forthcoming OECD report shows Australia makes less use of consumption taxes than almost any other country in the developed...
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Buyers baulk at online shopping tax on overseas purchases

Buyers baulk at online shopping tax on overseas purchases | Deakin Uni Tax Law | Scoop.it
ONLINE shoppers are angry they could be forced to pay tax on goods bought from overseas websites but retailers say it will help revive their struggling industry. (Im sorry but GST on OS online purchases is not the answer.
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