Published on 01 Jan 79
by Australian Tax Research Foundation
The Seminar was held in Sydney on 30th May, 1979. The four papers in this volume provide a valuable contribution to a general understanding of the complex issues involved in the choice of an appropriate "unit" for the taxation of personal income.
This paper contains:
- Address of Welcome by the Chairman: Sir Hermann Black
- Asprey Proposals for Family Unit Taxation, by R. W. Parsons
- Taxation and the Family Unit: Some Economic Aspects, by P. D. Groenewegen
- Taxation and the Family Unit: Social Aspects, by Meredith Edwards
- Taxation and the Family Unit. A Unionist's View, by C. McArdle.
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