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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 need to change. Australia needs to address tax reform, to ensure that businesses can compete, long term, in the global marketplace.

KPMG welcomes the opportunity to comment on Re:think, the government's tax discussion paper released in March 2015. Our submission, Tax Reform: KPMG’s submission to Treasury, calls for a fundamental change and includes over 60 recommendations, many of which are far-reaching. They go a long way to helping shape the Australia we want in 2030.

Read our latest thinking and insights on tax reform that go beyond.
Tax reform: KPMG's submission to Treasury
Tax Reform: Taxation of labour income
David Linke on Re:Think Tax Discussion paper
Tax reform – A national challenge

 

 

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Tax Reform: a call for fundamental change

Tax Reform: a call for fundamental change
David Linke explains how the extensive proposals dare to go beyond the norm, representing a major shake-up of our tax system.

Tax Reform: a new simplicity for fringe benefits

Tax Reform: a new simplicity for fringe benefits
Grant Wardell-Johnson discusses four features of fringe benefits tax that highlight the need for modification.

Tax Reform: a single tax collector

Tax Reform: a single tax collector
Grant Wardell-Johnson outlines why the time is ripe for the ATO to assume responsibility for the administration of all taxes at every level.

Tax Reform: stopping the fiscal drag

Tax Reform: stopping the fiscal drag
Grant Wardell-Johnson highlights KPMG's proposal to link personal income tax rates to average full time earnings (AFTE).

National Reform Summit 2015

National Reform Summit
The National Reform Summit was a rare opportunity to achieve a consensus on a national agenda for economic and social reform in Australia.