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Michael Potter writes that US Republican proposal of a destination based cash-flow tax will have dire impacts on their retailing sector by encouraging consumers to import directly.

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Public Seminar: 21st Century welfare and the working poor

Ensuring adequate incomes for poor working families is a key policy challenge in many countries.

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Australian governments of all levels are increasingly familiar with two trends in public budgeting.

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Despite some analysis from the media suggesting single parents might find being on welfare more attractive than working, more than half of sole parents in Australia are in work.

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Australia’s Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be extended to all imports of digital goods and services by consumers in Australia from 1 July 2017.

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Tax and Transfer Policy Institute

The Tax and Transfer Policy Institute (TTPI) carries out research on tax and transfer policy, law and implementation for public benefit in Australia. The research of TTPI focuses on key themes of economic prosperity, social equity and system resilience. Responding to the need to adapt Australia’s tax and transfer system to meet contemporary challenges, TTPI delivers policy-relevant research and seeks to inform public knowledge and debate on tax and transfers in Australia, the region and the world. TTPI is committed to working with governments, other academic scholars and institutions, business and the community.

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