Pauline Hanson is in a tizzy over tax and the ALP was dragged on Insiders. Again, the conversation regarding an important election issue is hamstrung by the wrong questions being asked.
To prove that empathy may be truly dead, the PNG government is now turning Manus Island into a corporate tax haven.
According to new research, the Morrison government’s “all-or-nothing” tax plan is set to grant our highest earners $33bn in relief.
Bill Shorten may have waged a war against cancer, however, our government has long cashed in on our smoking habit.
Again, our taxes are part of the national discussion, however, I’m wondering if we should reward incompetence so heartily with our hard-earned dollars.
The Panama Papers could have been a massive moment in history. However, the culture of tax havens, creative taxation and billionaires paying zero tax remains.
There’s a lot of tax mumbo-jumbo being thrown around. But, if you get it, you’ll get the upcoming election.
We might know him as the minister with the $38,000 internet bill, but further accusations of Stuart Robert’s misuse of taxpayer funds are being raised.
Well, we have the first attack ad of the season as the ALP took aim at Turnbull’s tax measures. We’re at the start of a long road.
Next week, the tax unfairly restricting the craft beer industry will be history. However, it is the many years of work to this point that will enable the market of tomorrow.
We might be mocked for our plastic criticism of the amount of tax companies pay in Australia, but the truth is we should be angrier.
Turnbull government has quietly started to reform the welfare system, as they look to save money by introducing one universal payment, regardless of the recipient’s situation.
Despite the magnitude of the leak, the whole ‘Paradise Papers’ fiasco passed without sustained comment. Why? Well, we might have a clue.
A recent investment scam that duped Australians out of $30 million dollars has finally been broken, in what police are calling an extremely sophisticated fabrication.
A racist fighting racism, the loss of something beautiful and Tony Abbott polishing his rifle. I see nothing out of the ordinary. Yay, #Auspol.
The familiar face of extracurricular parliamentary spending has knocked on our door once more, but who should we blame? The people who take advantage, or the culture that says it’s fine?
Corporate tax cuts represent the Turnbull government’s most daring production, but will such an edgy play put bums in seats?
With the backpacker tax now official, I say it’s time we all stop complaining about who did what to who, and gulp the facts down with a heavy dose of salt.
I’ve loved backpacking this amazing country, but the upcoming backpacker tax is set to enable the exit of myself and many like me.
Now that the government has made further cuts to the arts, is it time for the arts to stand on their own two feet and govern themselves?
What happened while you were asleep? Well, Harry Potter grew up, EURO 2016 got a smidge less glitzy and men of science gushed over a watery flying rock
All the analysts we contacted were in bed by the time the budget was tabled, so we wrangled a bitchy millennial with an axe to grind. Soz.