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Business Council members lead the way in not paying tax

Business Council members lead the way in not paying tax

Dozens of Business Council members paid no tax at all in 2018, despite generating tens of billions of dollars in income.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Queensland Greens deny conflict over Gonski ... will Steve Barrett still sue the NSW police ... what's going at Allans Billy Hyde? ...

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Australian Tax Office website failing again ... Liberal factional battles ... Exclusive Watch returns ...

How to repair the budget without shaking down innocent Centrelink clients

How to repair the budget without shaking down innocent Centrelink clients

Tackling global tax avoidance requires long-term vision, but it's what Australia needs, writes ethicist and freelance writer Chris Fotinopoulos.

Wayne Swan: no Australia Day honours for tax cheats

Wayne Swan: no Australia Day honours for tax cheats

You want to prove your service to Australia? Pay your taxes, writes former treasurer Wayne Swan.

Like Uber, but for tax avoidance

Like Uber, but for tax avoidance

How can the ATO ensure that Uber drivers are paying their fair share of tax?

Almost 100 companies making over $200m a year pay no tax

Almost 100 companies making over $200m a year pay no tax

Some 98 companies with revenues of more than $200 million paid no tax in 2013-14, documents reveal.

Who’s not paying their taxes in Australia? ATO offers few clues

Who’s not paying their taxes in Australia? ATO offers few clues

Freelance journalist Alan Austin combs through ATO documents to ferret out tax dodgers.

Govt, rich execs cry wolf to hide company revenues

Govt, rich execs cry wolf to hide company revenues

Are kidnappers really targeting rich executives based on publicly disclosed tax data? Not according to the AFP.

Tax man wants to spy on you

Tax man wants to spy on you

Although it was originally excluded from a list of agencies that can access your metadata, the Australian Taxation Office now wants in.