On May 30th, at 1 O’Connell St Sydney, the School of Taxation and Business Law in the UNSW Business School is organising the Festival of Outrageous Tax Ideas. With tax policy a hot-button issue in the Federal election, the organisers hope to capitalise on a wider and more receptive audience for some unconventional tax ideas.

The UNSW School of Taxation and Business Law is bringing in a range of leading thinkers in the tax field to debate four main topics:

  • A wealth tax should fund a basic income for Australia
  • Time to double the base not double the rate of GST
  • Bring in a Robin Hood Carbon Tax
  • Australia needs a national land tax

Not only will there be experts debating these position but audience participation and input will be encouraged. Attendance is free and you can register here.  

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