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19 Apr 13 The Tax Institute in the Media

The Tax Institute was quoted on 16 April in the Australian Financial Review: ‘ATO cracks down on online sellers’ with regards to the ATO’s decision to focus on internet businesses to identify those avoiding their tax obligations.

On 17 April The Tax Institute was quoted in The Australian: ‘Clock ticking for Swan’s changes’ in relation to the Government’s delay in enacting tax changes. 

On the same day we were quoted in the Australian Financial Review: ‘Federal government announces cap on tax breaks for conference travel’ regarding the Government’s self-education tax changes.

We were quoted on 18 April in The Australian: ‘Logjam leaves tax reforms stalled’ with respect to outstanding tax changes yet to be legislated.

The Tax Institute’s member survey of election priorities was given exclusive coverage on 18 April in the Australian Financial Review: ‘Tax wish list for election campaign’. 

The Tax Institute was also quoted on 18 April in Business Spectator: ‘Sustainable super tops election wishlist: survey’ with regards to our member survey of election priorities.  

And in SmartCompany: ‘Concerns flagged as government’s loss carry-back measures go missing’.

And on AAP Newswires, NineMSN, The Australian, Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun, Courier Mail, Adelaide Now, PerthNow: ‘Simplify taxes, look at GST: tax group’

On 18 April Senior Tax Counsel, Robert Jeremenko was interviewed by Sky Business Television and 2UE radio to further discuss to The Tax Institute’s member survey of election priorities.

The Tax Institute issued a media release on 18 April in relation to the member survey: ‘Government urged to simplify tax system and progress outstanding reforms

The Tax Institute was quoted on 19 April in the Australian Financial Review: ‘Abbott’s parental tax to hit top 3200 companies’ with respect to the Coalition's plan to increase the company tax rate for some companies.

On 19 April we are also quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald and Age: ‘Business fears poor revenue outlook will hit tax breaks’ regarding possible tax changes for business in the upcoming Budget.