• Pursuing the multinational tax cheats

    Annet Oguttu     |      August 16, 2019

    Glencore’s lawyers argued anything about the company in the Paradise Papers was “privileged” and the tax office should be prevented from using that information, but they would say that, wouldn’t they?

  • Fighting the shift from services to tax cuts

    Cassandra Goldie     |      April 27, 2018

    The Australian Council of Social Service has criticised the Treasurer’s announcement that he will not pursue an increase in the Medicare Levy to help fund the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

  • Even wealthy shareholders should help pay for essential services

    Cassandra Goldie     |      March 16, 2018

    The governments’ continued provision of essential health, aged care, NDIS and other services is shaky as long as large gaps in Australia’s revenue base remain and the well-off should not escape their share of the burden.