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Tax reform and superannuation – are we there yet? presentation

Published on 25 Aug 16 by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • Australia’s future productivity challenge
  • understanding the budget: temporary boom
  • debt low by global standards; high versus history
  • taxes drive prosperity, spending drives equality
  • GST
  • company tax cut
  • tax benefit of diverting a dollar from wages to super.

Author profile

Chris Richardson
Chris is a Director of Access Economics, heading up their Macroeconomic Group. As one of Australia’s leading economists, Chris’ expertise includes the Australian and global economies and Federal budget analysis. Chris provided advice to the Minerals Council Australia on the RSPT. - Current at 16 June 2010

 

This was presented at 2016 National Superannuation Conference .

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Tax reform and superannuation – are we there yet?

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