2012 Federal Budget Briefing Papers - Taxation
|Author(s) :||Capital Monitor|
|Short Description :||NO LONGER AVAILABLE|
|Published :||May, 2012|
Taxation is always a key topic in the Federal Budget. With the Gillard government determined to return the Budget to surplus in 2012-2013, Treasurer Wayne Swan has flagged that this will be hard to achieve because of substantial revenue write-downs and historically low tax levels. Purchase our Taxation papers to find out what will happen to income tax and corporate tax rates.
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