There's a reason the states have generally agreed to levy taxes in a uniform way.
The Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) is trying to refocus debate on repairing the budget for the future.
The ATO's data dump of how much tax was paid by largest private companies raising more questions than it answers.
When the excitement over cabinet resignations and the sugar tax subsides, the 2016 Budget acts as a blueprint for making the wealthy wealthier.
A new study on inequality analyzes the impact of fiscal policy, dramatically altering the standard view of rich and poor in America. It may also change how voters and candidates think about the issue.
Why we shouldn't be so quick to celebrate reports that Facebook is paying more tax.
There's nothing as certain as death, taxes and a Republican with a plan to cut them. But how do the candidates' proposals stack up?
Scutiny of the £130m settlement leaves the Public Accounts Select Committee
struggling to follow the HMRC strategy.
International investors will have to comply with new rules designed to stop tax avoidance by multinational companies.
South Africans spend billions of rands paying for services that should be provided by government, thus making the tax burden considerably higher than what appears in official tax data.
The government should be encouraging informal investors to put their money into start-ups, not barring them from tax offsets that encourage them to do so.
Not only is council tax on the rise, it's completely out of touch with reality.
The options for a move to Hong Kong were not as attractive as they might have appeared.
Lord Lawson thinks companies should partly be taxed on their sales. He's very wrong.
As millions of people file their tax returns, HMRC is struggling to come across as fair.
How tax authorities decide to treat virtual currencies like bitcoin may determine whether they thrive or die.
"First, do no harm". It's not clear that European countries even got that right as they navigated their way through the aftermath.
The Republican presidential candidate wants to whittle the tax code down to three pages – from 74,000 in laws and interpretations. Is it possible?
Independent traders in Crickhowell are moving their businesses 'offshore' to avoid paying tax. Here's how.
It would be easy to misinterpret a recent comment by federal Treasurer Scott Morrison as meaning that states and territories generate 90% of all revenue collected in Australia. That's not the case.