The costs of the pandemic are being borne by the poorest and most vulnerable. The economic burden of rescue packages should not fall on them as well. Former federal treasurer Wayne Swan on why we need to overhaul corporate tax rules.
Dozens of Business Council members paid no tax at all in 2018, despite generating tens of billions of dollars in income.
Bill Shorten's much derided taxation back flip was really just a test of Labor's nebulous faction politics.
Chris Murphy's all-guns-blazing defence of company tax cuts leaves out a few important factors -- elementary economics, for example.
When company tax cut spruikers insist the low rate of tax actually paid by companies is because they don't make profits, some scepticism is warranted.
Corporations are getting away with ever more tax evasion while assistance to the needy, children and those on welfare continues to fall. Hats off to Scott Morrison and Joe Hockey.
Tax cuts for multinationals are just another form of tax avoidance, and it's ordinary taxpayers who are the victims.