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An overview on why Australia needs tax reform
What does it mean for Australia?
The proposed changes to the US tax system, led by the Trump Administration and Republican Congressional leaders, mean significant changes to corporate, individual and international tax rules.
If the changes in the US go through, how will this impact Australia? Explore insights from our experts.
PwC's submission in response to the Senate Standing Committees on Economics’ (the Committee’s) inquiry regarding the Treasury Laws Amendment (Personal Income Tax Plan) Bill 2018 [Provisions] (the Bill). The effect of this Bill is to enact the Personal Income Tax Plan (PITP) announced by the Government in the 2018-19 Federal Budget.
The Western Australian Nationals leader, Brendon Grylls, has proposed changes to the royalty regime in the State; specifically that which applies to iron ore producers. We share our insights into the proposal.
We explore the economic situation Australia's incoming Government face and how they can build community support for long term fiscal repair.
On 23 June 2016, PwC and The Australian Financial Review hosted a boardroom discussion about company tax cuts. The event brought together a range of leading commentators on tax reform, from both sides of the debate, to discuss the merits and consequences of any change.
With bracket creep now firmly on the federal government's agenda, we explore bracket creep and what can be done to resolve it.
We examine the potential effects of changes to two significant tax benefits for investors - negative gearing and the capital gains tax discount.
While corporate tax reform alone is not an economic cure, it should feature strongly in any long-term plan for growth and innovation, allowing increased investment and boosting the Australian economy’s growth potential.
PwC modelling shows it is possible to broaden and increase GST, fully compensate two-thirds of Australians and still have 40 to 50 percent of the revenue raised left to invest to help grow the economy.
Successful tax reform demands a fair and efficient tax system which strikes a balance between income tax and GST. How and where can this balance be found?
With public and political attention focussing squarely on GST reform, PwC has modelled the budgetary and distributional consequences of various changes to the rate and base of the GST.
It is critical to Australia’s future prosperity that we pursue genuine tax reform. View PwC's response to the Commonwealth Government's Tax Discussion Paper.
PwC's snapshot outlines the main findings of the IGR and its insights on the future for our country, the implications for the fiscal health of the Federal Government and the case for tax reform.
Our first publication explores why we need pursue comprehensive tax reform. Launched on 23 July 2013, this publication looks at the long term future of Australia's economy.
Launched April 2014, our second publication in the 'Protecting our Prosperity' series moves beyond the why and examines what we need to do to achieve change in our tax system.
On 30 March 2015, the Federal Government released a tax discussion paper "Re:think, Better tax system, better Australia", which formally starts the process for developing the White Paper for Reform of Australia's Tax System.
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