Top 40 Tax Dodgers for 2019
We are counting down Australia’s biggest Corporate Tax Dodgers using 4 years Australian Tax Office transparency data.
The Kitchen Table Series
News Takes and Updates
When it comes to household income, Australians continue to miss out on the current boom being shared elsewhere in comparable countries. Why? Because the Coalition has set the levers – tax levels, tax non-collections, wages, penalty rates, government spending, infrastructure investment or rather lack of – to maximise corporate profits at the expense of most Australians. @AlanAustin001 reports.Read More
It dwarfs all other government spending. It is secretive. A huge chunk of it does not even go out to tender. The lion’s share goes to foreign multinationals who pay no tax in Australia. It is defence spending.Read More
This month’s national accounts show wages have slumped to the lowest on record. Australia is now in record low territory when it comes to sharing the nation’s largesse with its workers compared to the rest of the developed world. Alan Austin reports.Read More
“Nothing to see here,” said Scomo, following misconduct allegations over Angus Taylor allegedly trying to influence Josh Frydenberg to weaken laws to escape prosecution by a company he part owns.Read More
The Cayman Islands is the destination du jour for Australian hospitals and water profits but far more is bound for Bermuda. Michael West on tax haven risk for AMP Life policyholders and their $100 billion in assets.Read More
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