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Nassim Khadem 12:00 AM 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 New powers for the tax commissioner is designed to benefit taxpayers.
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.
Nassim Khadem Australian companies sent more than $64 billion to related parties in Singapore and Switzerland, where they pay little or no tax at all.
Vanessa Desloires Next week's Reserve Bank decision on rates is fast becoming a line-ball call, as evidence mounts against the rationale of a cut. Here's why the tide is turning.
Stephen Cauchi Australia should accept budget deficits and build its infrastructure for economic growth, instead of worrying about problems it doesn't have, economist Willem Buiter says.
Nassim Khadem The value of negative gearing tax deductions claimed by Australia's nearly 1.3 million landlords is falling, dropping close to $2 billion in a year thanks to record low interest rates.
Gareth Hutchens and Clancy Yeates Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens has warned that global retirement income systems are under a lot of pressure, and people on the verge of retiring are in a "much worse position" than those who retired a decade ago because the cost of purchasing an annual flow of future income has gone up "a lot."
Nassim Khadem Australia's richest live in harbourside Sydney and earn more than eight times the nation's poorest, Tax Office statistics show.
Gareth Hutchens and Clancy Yeates Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens has warned that people on the verge of retiring are in a "much worse position" than those who retired a decade ago, because global retirement income systems are under a lot of pressure and the cost of buying an annual flow of income has "gone up a lot."
Nassim Khadem Rio Tinto Australia managing director Phil Edmands has hit back at claims by Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan that the miner isn't paying enough tax.
Angela Greiling Keane and Mike Dorning President Barack Obama said the rising anti- globalization sentiment in factions of both political parties risks a withdrawal by the U.S. from global economic competition and stymied growth.
Nassim Khadem A GetUp video featuring a 10-year-old campaigning for changes to superannuation concessions has already attracted 130,000 views since the weekend.
Clancy Yeates The share of household income needed to pay off a home loan for a typical house in Sydney is near a ten-year high.
Stephen Cauchi JPMorgan says the plunge in the Australian dollar is supporting economic growth.
Heath Aston BHP Billiton has revealed the true extent of its sweetheart deal with tax authorities in Singapore.
Peter Martin Including the family home in the pension assets test could be a political plus if handled properly, a new report suggests.
Michael Pascoe Joe Hockey may rule out changes, but the thin edge of the negative gearing wedge is already in the door.
Michael Heath Even for a country with a history of commodity booms, this one was gargantuan. Over the decade to 2013, Australia racked up $1.29 trillion in extra exports from the previous 10 years.