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07 Jun 13 The Tax Institute in the Media

On 3 June The Tax Institute is mentioned in the Australian Financial Review: ‘Tax Office bid to stop FOI claims during audits’ with regards to our advocacy against the ATO's plans to strip FOI processes out of compliance activities 

On 4 June we received extensive coverage in the Australian Financial Review of our advocacy against the Government's self-education tax changes: ‘Backlash on $2000 limit for education tax breaks

On the same day the Australian Financial Review also published The Tax Institute’s joint letter to the Editor: ‘Don’t penalise those who are required to upskill’ with regards to self-education. 

On 4 June an opinion-piece authored by The Tax Institute was published in the Canberra Times: ‘ACT, the little territory that could lead reform’ regarding our thought leadership on tax reform and the ACT Budget.

Also on 4 June The Tax Institute was quoted in a press release by the Assistant Treasurer, the Hon. David Bradbury MP: ‘Coalition want to keep public in dark on multination tax

The Tax Institute issued a media release on 4 June: ‘Consumer protection at stake as Parliament considers Bill’ with regards to consumer protection measures for people receiving tax advice from their financial adviser.

On 5 June The Tax Institute’s submission on multinational profit shifting was quoted in the Australian Financial Review: ‘Tax experts blast moves to legislate on profit-shifting’. 

On 5 June The Tax Institute was also quoted in SmartCompany: ‘Tax industry fights financial planners on push to delay reforms’ with regards to consumer protection measures for people receiving tax advice from their financial adviser.

On 6 June Senior Tax Counsel, Robert Jeremenko was interviewed live on Sky Business TV regarding our thought leadership on the need for tax reform.  

Also on 6 June The Tax Institute was mentioned in a press release by the Assistant Treasurer, the Hon. David Bradbury MP: ‘Coalition abandons consumer protections reforms’ in relation to consumer protection measures for people receiving tax advice from their financial adviser.