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Tax Reform: Not a New Tax, A New Tax System

Date:

Saturday, 1 August 1998

Content ID:

167

Abstract:

The tax reform plan set out in this document constitutes generational change in the Australian taxation system. The changes proposed in personal income tax rates and thresholds, in business tax, in assistance for families, in Commonwealth-State financial relations, in simplifying and streamlining the indirect tax system, in reducing business costs (including reducing fuel costs), in making private health insurance more affordable, and in many other areas constitute historic breakthroughs.

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Tax Reform: Not a New Tax, A New Tax System - Overview  160.85kb
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Preliminaries  7.11kb
Overview  76.23kb
Chapter 1: Incentive  85.82kb
Chapter 2: Security  94.89kb
Chapter 3: Consistency  60.61kb
Chapter 4: Simplicity  57.89kb
Chapter 5: Benefits  98.74kb

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