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Henry Report - Implications for future tax reform presentation

Published on 16 Jan 14 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation discusses medium term prospects for tax reform in Australia. Beginning with the 2009 Henry Review proposals for a future tax architecture, it reviews economic and other developments since that time, exploring their implications for reform opportunities over the next several years.This presentation covers:

  • Australian tax policy in a changing economic setting
  • key challenges now facing the tax system
  • some reform options to 2020
  • constraints, prospects and change leadership
  • overview of the state of the Australian economy.

Author profile:

Greg Smith
Greg is an Adjunct Professor at the Australian Catholic University and a Senior Fellow at the Melbourne Law School. He is also a member of the Commonwealth Grants Commission, CEDA Council on Economic Policy, and the Government's Specialist Reference Group on the Taxation of Multinational Enterprises in Australia. He was formerly a head of the Federal Treasury Revenue and Budget Groups, and a member of the 'Henry' Future Tax System Review panel. Greg has recently been appointed Chair of the Grants Commission. Current at 14 August 2014 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Greg SMITH.
 

This was presented at Corporate Tax Retreat.

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