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Nassim Khadem Only a fraction of Australia’s half-a-million self-managed superannuation funds pay any income tax, experts say, because of generous super concessions and franking credits that are...
Nassim Khadem The Tax Office is cracking down on the black economy, targeting businesses that are not declaring cash revenues, from restaurants through to home cleaners, in a bid to bring billions of dollars back...
Max Mason James's Packer's Crown Resorts has confirmed a 17-year extension on its Melbourne casino licence following a battle with the Victoria government over a hike in poker machine taxes announced late last...
David Ramli Telstra’s construction rivals, including companies such as Leighton Contractors, will win major contracts to build the national broadband network, says NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow.
Cameron Atfield Deloitte has a simple message when it comes to Queensland's economy – it's better than you think.
Mark Mulligan Companies’ focus on returning cash to shareholders might be stifling much-needed investment in new production to rebalance the Australian economy away from mining, Reserve Bank of Australia...
Luke Malpass From this week, every photo of you posted online, could be scanned for commercially useful clues about what you like to eat, drink, wear or listen to.
Bianca Hartge-Hazelman Australia’s golden era of growth without recession is now stretching out more than two decades – but economists see weaknesses that could put an end to the unprecedented run.
Michael Heath Australia's central bank said the nation's economic outlook remains uncertain because of the conflicting forces at play and reiterated that interest rates are set to remain on hold.
Sue Mitchell Former federal treasurer Peter Costello has backed the campaign for a reduction in the $1000 GST-free threshold for overseas online retailers.
Michael Pascoe It can’t be easy fitting in a normal MP’s duties around all the lunch and dinner dates Clive Palmer is enjoying with federal ministers.
A deepening gloom across the largest developed economy to escape recession during the global financial crisis is shaping up as one of the toughest challenges yet for Reserve Bank of Australia chief...
Mark Mulligan Consumer confidence has picked up since May's unpopular Federal budget, though it remains below the highs seen after the Coalition swept to power last September.
Mark Mulligan Business confidence is back near the post-election highs of last September, according to one survey, while another says consumer sentiment remains weak.
William Pesek Glenn Stevens is perilously close to making the kind of policy mistake that's been so rare at the RBA.
Australian capital city house prices rose 1.8 per cent in the June quarter, official figures show.
A measure of Australian business conditions hit the highest in four years in July as firms reported a sharp pick up in sales and profitability, though many remained reluctant to hire new workers.
Nassim Khadem An Abbott government minister has said business should help the government make the case for lowering penalty rates paid to millions of workers on Sundays and public holidays.
Stephen Cauchi Commercial finance lending is up 12.1 per cent in June, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics figures released on Monday morning.
Joanna Mather The restaurant industry is encouraging members to automate and outsource as much as possible to save money in the face of “unsustainable” labour costs.