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Peter Martin 12:06 AM The last time the Reserve Bank cut interest rates ahead of a budget the man who is now treasurer said this: "Wayne Swan says the economy is doing just fine. If that is the case the Reserve Bank would not be cutting interest rates today."
Nassim Khadem 8:00 PM Victorian businesses and start-ups will get more than half a billion in funding as the state government pledges to create over 100,000 "high-skill, high-wage" jobs.
Clancy Yeates and Nassim Khadem 5:26 PM ANZ chief executive Mike Smith has backed a discussion about negative gearing as part of the government's review of the tax system.
Peter Martin 2:15 PM Australia' emissions-intensive economy gives it a greater than 50 per cent chance of a systemic economic crisis, a new study says.
Vesna Poljak 1:52 PM A recovery in investment by Australian businesses might not happen until 2017 if profit growth fails to rise fast enough this year.
Mark Kenny 12:45 PM Canberra is planning a major assault on high-end financial crime through the establishment of a new Serious Financial Crime Taskforce drawing on the nation's major law enforcement, business, and taxation regulators, and provided with $127.6 million over four years to secure criminal convictions.
Mark Mulligan The Reserve Bank of Australia is widely tipped to cut interest rates for the second time this year when its board meets on Tuesday, despite signs the economy is improving and fears about stoking house price inflation in Sydney.
Jacob Saulwick The rise of fuel efficient cars will force governments to look for alternatives to petrol taxes, a roads conference heard on Monday, with advocates arguing instead for motorists to be charged according to how far they drive.
Nassim Khadem Superannuation tax concessions are mostly benefiting the wealthy at significant cost to the federal budget, but by making changes to super and other tax breaks the government could save up to $19.5 billion a year.
Mark Mulligan Australian cities are growing skyward as much as out into the suburbs, with data on Monday confirming that the boom in high-density living is helping to pick up slack in the economy as it changes the shape of our urban centres.
Mark Kenny, Gareth Hutchens A former Treasury official believes the Abbott government ought to be "war gaming" a scenario in which it is forced to use its budget to stave off recession.
Nassim Khadem EY's Women in Power and Utilities Index 2015 has measured an average return on equity of 8.5 per cent for the global top 20 utilities that are gender diverse.
Matt Siegel and Paul Ingrassia There is no risk of Australia being stripped of its topnotch credit rating, Treasurer Joe Hockey says, and flags tougher rules to stop tax avoidance by multinationals.
Nassim Khadem Google Australia's tax bill has risen by $4.6 million to $11.7 million, but the technology giant still hasn't counted its lucrative search engine business revenue that gets instead counted offshore.
Peter Martin Concern about a deteriorating economic outlook and a resurgent Australian dollar will force the Reserve Bank to cut interest rates to an all-time low on Tuesday.
Nassim Khadem Australian corporations are offshoring billions of dollars in Singapore to minimise tax.
Nassim Khadem The Tax Office is honing in on self-managed super funds (SMSFs) claiming franking credit benefits and paying no tax.
Jonathan Shapiro What is this rating, where does it come from, and does it matter? Your AAA-rating questions answered.
Stephen Cauchi Australia's ''poor fiscal performance'' could lead to credit rating agencies downgrading its prestigious AAA credit rating, says Goldman Sachs.