After another successful run of the Budget Forum series, Austaxpolicy is resuming its regular coverage of tax and transfer policies and research. We hope you have enjoyed the Budget 2018-19 insights and analysis from TTPI and our contributors, on matters as diverse as energy, the environment, politics, the black economy, superannuation, and the distributional and economic effects of the proposed tax measures.

Budget Forum 2018

Budget Forum 2018: The Government Could Be Boosting the Budget Bottom Line with a Change to How It Taxes Gas by Diane Kraal

Budget Forum 2018: A Political Budget Unlikely to Work Politically by John Hewson

Budget Forum 2018: Cuts to Personal Income Tax – A Mixed Bag by Robert Breunig

Budget Forum 2018: The Future of Corporate Taxation by David Ingles

Budget Forum 2018: Should Australia Produce a Citizen’s Climate Budget? by Usman W Chohan

Budget Forum 2018: Risks Greater Than I Can Recall in My Working Life by John Hewson

Budget Forum 2018: Tax Caps and Tax Cuts: Good for Australia? by Miranda Stewart

Budget Forum 2018: Targeting the Black Economy by Joel Emery

Budget Forum 2018: A Missed Opportunity for Enhancing Australia’s Budget Transparency on Distributional Information by Teck Chi Wong

Budget Forum 2018: This is not a Genuine or Equitable Way to Simplify the Personal Income Tax System by Andrew Podger

Budget Forum 2018: Superannuation and Pension Changes in the Budget 2018-19 by Emily Millane

News and events

Through our news coverage, we also featured noteworthy post-Budget events in Canberra and the Australian National University, and shared important reports and analysis by other institutions:

Missing the Budget talk?

You can visit our Budget Forum series for 2016, 2017 and 2018, and follow our regular blogging for equally interesting conversation. Stay tuned for Budget Forum 2019!

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