Major Bank Levy Bill 2017 Introduced to the Parliament

The bill and explanatory memoranda can be found here.

OECD Releases Peer Review Document for Assessment of the BEPS Action 6 Minimum Standard

The OECD released the document, approved by the Inclusive Framework on BEPS, which will form the basis of the peer review of the Action 6… Read More ›

ABC Q&A: Budget, Surplus & Debt, 15 May 2017

ANU TV: Post-Budget Public Forum 16 May 2017

In this special post-budget public forum, some of the best ANU economic, policy and political brains dissected the 2017 Federal Budget. About the speakers Sharon… Read More ›

Sir Roland Wilson’s Post-Budget Policy Analysis Forum Will Be Livestreamed

As in previous years, the Sir Roland Wilson’s post-budget policy analysis will provide a unique opportunity to discuss the impact of the 2017-18 federal budget.… Read More ›

‘Gender Lens on the Budget 2017-18’ by NFAW

The latest ‘Gender lens on the Budget’ report is released by National Foundation for Australian Women (NFAW) today to provide an analysis from the gender… Read More ›

Budget 2017: New Tax for Banks but No Tax Change for the Petroleum Industry

While Australian banks are facing a new tax from the 2017 Federal Budget, the government has passed over another major sector – the petroleum industry,… Read More ›

Submission Openings for Australian Education and Higher Education Reforms

The Senate has referred two bills to the Senate Education and Employment Legislation Committee for inquiry. The bills and their closing date for submissions are… Read More ›

ATO Releases Draft Practical Compliance Guideline on Cross-Border Related Party Financing Arrangements

Following the recent federal court’s judgement on Chevron Australia case, a new draft guideline is issued by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) to set out… Read More ›

TTPI Director Joining the Post-Budget Q&A Panel

Professor Miranda Stewart, director of the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute (TTPI) at the ANU, will be joining the post-budget Q&A panel on 15 May.… Read More ›