The AiGroup's Innes Willox's statement that Australia has "one of the highest progressive tax rates in the developed world". We asked the AiGroup for sources to support his statement.
The AiGroup's Innes Willox told Q&A that Australia has one of the highest progressive tax rates in the developed world. Is that true?
Labour has pledged to raise the rate of corporation tax to 26% by 2020. How much could this raise?
With its recent budget changes, the government is proposing a rise in marginal tax rates across a wide band of middle incomes and a marginal tax rate cut for the top.
The government is reinforcing the dichotomy between "them" and "us" with this budget's welfare changes, but it lacks solid evidence of effectiveness.
The administration's plan to significantly cut the tax rate on so-called pass-through entities will likely lead to creative tax planning and outright evasion, damaging faith in the system.
Local communities are likely to be dissatisfied with the report from the PRRT review because its recommendations only apply to future projects and won't herald any changes in the budget.
New modelling shows governments need to ensure that corporations benefiting from the use of Australia's resources, are contributing the same as they do in other jurisdictions.
The governments move to include low-value online bought goods in the GST doesn't treat overseas and local sellers in the same way.
The burden of filing our taxes appears to be growing, especially for those who tend to wait until the last minute to fill in their 1040s.
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.