Public Lecture: How Should Capital Gains Be Taxed?

Putting the ‘finance’ into public finance: How should capital gains be taxed? Organiser: Research School of Economics at the Australian National University (ANU) Speaker: Professor… Read More ›

Seminar: Generalized Social Marginal Welfare Weights and Tax Policies

Generalized social marginal welfare weights imply inconsistent comparisons of tax policies ANU Research School of Economics Seminar Series Speaker: Associate Professor Itai Sher (University of… Read More ›

Federal Budget 2024-25

The 2024-25 federal budget has been delivered by Treasurer Jim Chalmers on Tuesday 14 May 2024.   Budget papers Budget Paper No. 1: Budget Strategy… Read More ›

Consultation: Tax Practitioners Board’s Guidance on Breach Reporting Obligations

To support professional standards and improved transparency, the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) released draft guidance on breach reporting obligations. Breach reporting obligations applicable to registered… Read More ›

OECD: Surge in Oil and Gas Revenue Drove Up Tax Receipts in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2022

Tax revenue rose as a share of GDP on average across Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) countries between 2021 and 2022 due partly to… Read More ›

Event: ANU Budget Breakfast 2024

The POLIS@ANU Centre for Social Policy Research will present ANU Budget Breakfast 2024 at Old Parliament House on Thursday 16 May 2024. The panel will… Read More ›

TTPI Working Paper: Determinants of the Economic Outcomes of Australian Permanent Migrants

Authors: Peter Varela and Robert Breunig This paper uses administrative tax and visa data to better understand the factors that predict the economic success of… Read More ›

Treasury Consultations: Government’s Response to PwC Tax Leaks

Treasury has released two consultation papers on the Government’s response to the PwC tax leaks scandal. The first consultation paper seeks stakeholder views and feedback… Read More ›

Report: Labour Taxes Rise Across OECD Countries Amid Persistent Inflation

A second consecutive year of high inflation pushed up labour taxes across OECD countries in 2023, according to a new OECD report. Taxing Wages 2024… Read More ›

Economic Inclusion Advisory Committee Provides Second Report Ahead of Federal Budget

The Australian Government has released the Economic Inclusion Advisory Committee’s second report as well as a progress update on its actions, two weeks before the… Read More ›