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High Court Holds State Consumption Taxes Constitutionally Invalid

In a recent decision in Vanderstock v Victoria, the High Court by majority found that a Victorian levy on the use of zero and low-emission… Read More ›

The 50% CGT Discount: A Cluster Analysis of Individual Taxpayers With Capital Gains

The taxation of capital gains of individual taxpayers continues to be an area of Australian tax law that is of policy interest and a candidate… Read More ›

Is the Tax Regime for Charities and Not-For-Profit Entities “Fit for Purpose”?

Australia provides tax concessions to an extremely broad range of entities beyond the notion of ‘charity’. This includes agricultural entities, professional sport bodies, public universities,… Read More ›

Taking a Closer Look at Australian Individual Giving Trends

In the world of philanthropy and non-profit organisations, the availability of long-term, reliable data is rare and valuable. For over two decades, the Australian Centre… Read More ›

Is Unpaid Tax the Canary in the Coalmine?

This blog captures some of the ideas from my research published in the Australian Tax Review: Is Unpaid Tax the Canary in the Coalmine? In… Read More ›