Data for 2014-15 from the Australian Taxation Office shows inequality is growing in a number of areas.
Taxing meat may be unpopular, but an urgent problem calls for an urgent solution.
The company tax cut may signal to the world that Australia wants to be competitive on corporate tax, but it won't make much of a difference to our largest businesses and multinationals.
A border adjustment tax would raise government revenue and boost jobs in export-driven industries, which tend to concentrate in the embattled manufacturing sector.
A new study brings fresh insights into understanding the nature and extent of South Africa's systemic risks within the country's financial sector.
The UK government's U-turn on a national insurance increase for self-employed people exposes the flaws in its approach to building a stronger and more inclusive economy.
The current system of determining which organisations can receive tax-deductible donations and which cannot is overly complex and ad hoc.
Uproar from businesses in the South East disguises a complex picture with the financial crisis at its heart.
New research finds there are significant risks and uncertainties in the complexities of national and international tax systems as applied to internationally mobile employees.
The government has yet to address a major incentive to put assets into super and hold them until the retirement phase.
In his 2017/18 budget speech, South Africa's finance minister Pravin Gordhan opted to focus on taxing high income earners to find desperately needed money.
Taxing carbon has always been a tricky political sell for conservatives. But a group of establishment US Republicans is touting the idea of a carbon "tax and dividend" as a way to break the deadlock.
Based on evidence, policies which seek to encourage job creation and innovation via a tax cut should preference large or new businesses, rather than small ones.
The trenchant stand that Nick Xenophon – who is usually a compromiser – and his team took this week against the omnibus bill saw a disconcerted government resort to a risky tactic.
No state wants to see its revenue base decline – particularly when the jurisdiction benefiting doesn’t even tax (or regulate) its bookies as well as it might.
With stalled economic growth and threats of credit rating downgrade, South Africa's 2017/18 budget will need to dig deep to foster recovery.
The federal government is still trying to convince senate crossbenchers to pass a company tax cut but tax experts and economists dispute all of its supposed benefits.
The GOP has a proposal on the table that could send shockwaves through the tax avoidance industry.
The Conservatives may be willing to sacrifice what’s left of the UK’s beleaguered social model to maintain the City’s global status.
The one audience that was prepared for a hard Brexit, it seems, was the City of London.