Understanding the post-election tax policies affecting business

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Understanding the post-election tax policies affecting business - 16 April 2019

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The Prime Minister has announced that Australians will go to the polls on 18 May. Tax matters, relating both to individuals and business, look like being a central point of policy distinction between the Coalition and the Labor Party, and the source of much of the election debate.

The Coalition’s legislative focus has been on the Black Economy, integrity measures across the multinational and small business markets and a tax-driven stimulus package which set out to reduce the rate of corporate tax. The Labor Party in Opposition has been active in announcing numerous tax policies affecting business.

Understanding the post-election tax policies affecting business - 16 April 2019
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