Brett Freudenberg

Professor Brett Freudenberg is a leading Australian academic into the taxation of small and medium businesses in Australia. His research excellence has been recognised through a number of national awards, as well as a Fulbright scholarship (2006) to study the tax system in the USA. He is also a meticulous and rigorous scholar in learning and teaching with numerous refereed publications in the areas of work-integrated learning, self-efficacy, generic capabilities and information literacy.

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  • Understanding the Rationale Behind Business Structure Recommendations by SME Advisors, 28 Jun 2024
  • How Good Is Your Business Structure? A Survey of Australian SME Advisors, 17 Apr 2024
  • Not in Isolation: The Rationale for a Combination of Business Structures in Australia, 27 Feb 2024
  • Small Business Restructure Roll-Over: In Need of Its Own Restructure?, 27 Jul 2022
  • Australia’s 50% Capital Gains Tax Discount: Policy Oversight?, 03 Nov 2020
  • A Dual Income Tax System for Australian Small Business: Will It Achieve Greater Tax Neutrality?, 03 Dec 2018
  • A Dual Income Tax System for Australian Small Business: What Do the Experts Think?, 13 Sep 2018