New Australian Research Shows Wealth Gap Widening

New research by ACOSS and UNSW Sydney reveals the widening wealth gap between people with the most and least, even as income inequality slows. The… Read More ›

TTPI Working Paper: Discretionary Tax Changes and Macroeconomy

Discretionary tax changes and the macroeconomic activity: New narrative evidence from Australia Author: Changchen Ge (Monash University) This paper examines the impact of discretionary tax… Read More ›

Treasury Consultation: Build-To-Rent Tax Concessions

Date: 9 April 2024 – 22 April 2024 In the 2023–24 Budget, the Australian Government announced that it would encourage investment and construction in the… Read More ›

Steady Progress in the Implementation of the BEPS Action 6 Minimum Standard: Peer Review Results

Members of the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS (Inclusive Framework) continue to make steady progress in the implementation of the BEPS package to tackle international… Read More ›

Treasury Consultation: Exempting Lump Sums Payments in Arrears From the Medicare Levy

Date: 5 April 2024 – 23 April 2024 Exposure draft Explanatory materials The Australian Government is consulting on a measure from the 2023–24 Budget to… Read More ›

TTPI Policy Brief: Stage 3 Tax Cuts V Bracket Creep

Stage 3 tax cuts v bracket creep: Time to index the personal income tax rate scale Author: Paul Tilley In aggregate, the previously legislated 3… Read More ›

Ombudsmen Release Best Practice Principles for Notifying People About Debts

Prompted by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) re-activating or off-setting very old debts, the Commonwealth Ombudsman, ACT Ombudsman and Inspector-General of Taxation and Taxation Ombudsman… Read More ›

Meet The Author: Paul Tilley – A History of Tax Reform in Australia

This event is part of the ANU/The Canberra Times Meet the Author series. Date & time: Wednesday 3 April 2024, 6pm-7pm Location: Cinema, Cultural Centre… Read More ›

TTPI Working Paper: Non-Compete Clauses in Employment Contracts

Non-compete clauses in employment contracts: The case for regulatory response Author: Iain Ross In the employment context non-competes are contractual terms which provide that once… Read More ›

Treasury Consultation: Global and Domestic Minimum Tax

Date: 21 March 2024 – 16 May 2024 In the 2023–24 Budget, the Australian Government announced it would implement key aspects of the OECD/G20 Two‑Pillar… Read More ›