Taxation policies in the 80s

Source: Australian Tax Research Foundation

Published Date: 1 Jan 1980


This paper covers the following presentations made at a forum convened by the Tax Institute Research and Education Trust on July 9th 1980:

  • Address of welcome, by Sir Hermann Black
  • Taxation policies in the 80s: The Liberal Party View by Hon. John Howard. M.P.
  • Taxation policies in the 80s': The Labor Party View by Ralph Willis. M.P.
  • Panel commentary involving Professor John Head , Mr . John Macleod and Mr . Alan Carroll
  • Panel questions
    • capital taxes
    • business tax incentives indirect taxation
    • payroll tax
    • tax sharing arrangements
    • flat rate tgax
  • General question section
    • effect of personal tax changes 
    • Capital Gains Tax 
  • Forum closure by Sir Hermann Black.

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