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Tax only paid on 3,698 property transactions in 2018/19 due to the bright-line test; No prosecutions made; Question marks remain over whether compliance will improve with an extension to the test
25th Mar 21, 12:20pm
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Tax only paid on 3,698 property transactions in 2018/19 due to the bright-line test; No prosecutions made; Question marks remain over whether compliance will improve with an extension to the test
The Youth Wing of the Andrea Tax Party take on their mentor and her wish list for how our tax system should be reformed. Your views?
1st Jun 19, 9:19am
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The Youth Wing of the Andrea Tax Party take on their mentor and her wish list for how our tax system should be reformed. Your views?
Terry Baucher hopes to see the Tax Working Group signal a break from the past, either in the form of a Capital Gains Tax or something else such as a land tax
14th Sep 18, 8:26am
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Terry Baucher hopes to see the Tax Working Group signal a break from the past, either in the form of a Capital Gains Tax or something else such as a land tax
Susan St John wants to see the problem of the 'effective marginal tax rate' on the incomes of the poor come out of the too-hard basket
2nd Jun 17, 5:02am
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Susan St John wants to see the problem of the 'effective marginal tax rate' on the incomes of the poor come out of the too-hard basket
Terry Baucher says that families struggling to meet bills suffer from a lack of income, not over-taxation. Boosting incomes would be far more effective than an ill-defined tax break
1st Jun 17, 5:02am
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Terry Baucher says that families struggling to meet bills suffer from a lack of income, not over-taxation. Boosting incomes would be far more effective than an ill-defined tax break
Bob Stephens says taxes are paid at one stage of the lifecycle in the expectation you will receive a benefit at a later stage, claims it is a redistribution of one's own wealth as well as from rich to poor
30th May 17, 6:02am
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Bob Stephens says taxes are paid at one stage of the lifecycle in the expectation you will receive a benefit at a later stage, claims it is a redistribution of one's own wealth as well as from rich to poor
Max Rashbrooke explores the use of 'common assets' in the building of individual wealth, and why he thinks it is 'fair' that those who gained an outsized benefit from them should share those gains with those who didn't
27th May 17, 11:05am
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Max Rashbrooke explores the use of 'common assets' in the building of individual wealth, and why he thinks it is 'fair' that those who gained an outsized benefit from them should share those gains with those who didn't
Better housing, transport policies can prevent cities from becoming inequality traps, says the OECD
15th Oct 16, 5:23pm
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Better housing, transport policies can prevent cities from becoming inequality traps, says the OECD
Deborah Russell says that for all its technical attributes that make our tax system a model widely admired, it is not serving the broader economy or society well
18th Sep 16, 7:13am
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Deborah Russell says that for all its technical attributes that make our tax system a model widely admired, it is not serving the broader economy or society well
Matt Nolan says our small size and export reliance on homogenous goods actually makes us resilient to global economic shocks
17th Sep 13, 10:30am
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Matt Nolan says our small size and export reliance on homogenous goods actually makes us resilient to global economic shocks
Matt Nolan takes a close look at fairness and points to equality of opportunity rather than eliminating inequality as a better goal
23rd Jul 13, 9:39am
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Matt Nolan takes a close look at fairness and points to equality of opportunity rather than eliminating inequality as a better goal