Australia

Tax Reform 

The world is changing; the economy is changing, ever more rapidly. New technologies and new ways of interacting and doing business have more and more revealed traditional taxation rules to be facing the wrong direction and asking the wrong questions.

The continued prosperity of the Australian economy requires the government to seriously grapple with tax reform, to ensure that Australian businesses can compete, long term, in the global marketplace.
Tax reform

On 30 March 2015, the Federal Government released a tax discussion paper Re:think, Better tax system, better Australia which formally starts the process for developing the White Paper for Reform of Australia's Tax System. The release of Re:think provides us with an opportunity to consider the inherent tensions in our system and to draw out nuances and perspectives. KPMG's publication Tax reform: A national challenge... join the conversation provides further insight into the tax discussion paper and tax reform.

 

Active throughout the reform process, KPMG provides analysis and insight into the key elements of tax reform currently underway in Australia.

Tax Reform: Taxation of labour income
David Linke on Re:Think Tax Discussion paper
Tax reform – A national challenge
Tax reform for our future success
Rosheen Garnon
Tax reform: Greater productivity and higher standard of living

 

 

Tax Reform contacts

To discuss the implications of any of the current tax reform programs and reviews for your organisation, please our KPMG professionals.

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Tax reform – shaping the future

Tax reform – shaping the future
Tax reform is a key element of achieving growth, to ensuring stability in the fiscal positions of our governments and to achieving a new compact.

Tax reform perspectives

The conversation around tax reform is gaining momentum. KPMG examines and provides insight into the key elements of tax reform.

Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS)

Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS)
Are companies paying their 'fair share' of tax? KPMG addresses the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) debate.

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