Miscellaneous 1983

An alternative path to integration of social security and personal income tax arrangements

Source: Australian Tax Research Foundation

Published Date: 1 Jan 1983


This paper was prepared following an increasing awareness of the interaction of the taxation and social security systems and of the need for reform of both systems. The authors argue that as a result of certain difficulties there would be little progress in the foreseeable future to the greater integration proposed by the Henderson Poverty Inquiry. The paper presents an alternative path to integration arguing that constraints should not preclude action to improve the way in which tax and social security systems interact.

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