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Push for tax reform as burden shifts towards workers

Push for tax reform as burden shifts towards workers

The Parliamentary Budget Office has sounded a wake-up call for Australia’s tax system.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw

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This is a key moment about what Labor is fighting for
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Bill Shorten

This is a key moment about what Labor is fighting for

The aftermath of Labor’s hasty retreat on tax policy sets up a fundamental question for the next election about who Bill Shorten is fighting for.

  • by David Crowe
Could the next move in interest rates be down?

Could the next move in interest rates be down?

The next move in interest rates could be down, not up, according to some of Australia's leading economists.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw & Peter Martin
Coalition eyes a 'hockey stick' turnaround as Shorten stumbles on tax
Bill Shorten

Coalition eyes a 'hockey stick' turnaround as Shorten stumbles on tax

The Coalition has renewed confidence going into the winter break after a win on income tax and an unprompted shambles from Labor.

  • by Michael Koziol
'On shifting sands': business frustration with tax cut backflip
Bill Shorten

'On shifting sands': business frustration with tax cut backflip

Small businesses are relieved Bill Shorten has backed down on his move to abolish the company tax cut for those with turnover of $10 million to $50 million.

  • by Cara Waters
The inside story of Labor's $20 billion tax shock
Inside story

The inside story of Labor's $20 billion tax shock

This time the question stuck. Some Labor MPs are worried it will stick all the way to the next election.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
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Coalition retreats on company tax cuts

Coalition retreats on company tax cuts

Labor frontbenchers leave the door open to amending a proposed $20 billion tax hike on 20,000 businesses.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
'We need more time': Turnbull government concedes defeat on company tax cuts

'We need more time': Turnbull government concedes defeat on company tax cuts

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has confirmed the government does not have enough support in the Senate to pass its company tax cuts.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
Bill Shorten under pressure amid small business tax backlash
ALP

Bill Shorten under pressure amid small business tax backlash

Bill Shorten is working to quell internal unrest over a policy pledge to increase taxes on companies that employ 1.5 million Australians.

  • by David Crowe
'It’s like a backhanded slap': Taxing the pants off small business
Bill Shorten

'It’s like a backhanded slap': Taxing the pants off small business

Bill Shorten's company tax policy has left aussieBum founder Sean Ashby and thousands of other business owners with decisions to make.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
'You need every dollar you can get': Company tax cut disappointment
Finance

'You need every dollar you can get': Company tax cut disappointment

Outcry as Labor moves to repeal company tax cuts for businesses with turnover of $10 million to $50 million.

  • by Cara Waters & Michael Wastell