Tax Reform 

To build a strong economy for the future, we need to think beyond today. To create a tax system for a more competitive Australia. A trusted system designed to encourage growth and innovation. By bringing new ideas, and inspiring brave thinking and confidence about what our tax system could be, we're thinking beyond today.

KPMG welcomed 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.

Discover our latest thinking on tax reform here and join the conversation.

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Our Tax team assists with corporate tax, transfer pricing, indirect tax, global mobility, R&D incentives, superannuation and more.

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: KPMG's submission to Treasury

Tax reform: KPMG's submission to Treasury
The recommendations in KPMG's submission on tax reform are a call for fundamental change — intended to be creative, yet measured.

AFR Tax Reform Summit 2015

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As part of our efforts to advance tax reform in Australia, KPMG is proud to sponsor the 2015 AFR Tax Reform Summit.

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.