Read our Victorian budget submission for further detail on the following issues. A first glance at the Victorian State Budget sees an election year budget, light on reform, big on expenditure. The billowing Victorian land market underpinned most of the spending, with $7.1 bn in stamp duties alone. Some say that the property sector was […]
Articles from Prosper Australia
In an interesting article in the Fairfax media today, purporting to provide the truth about declining wages in Australia, Jessica Irvine and Adam Gartrell fail to mention that David Ricardo, Adam Smith, JS Mill and Henry George had all said that land rent needs to be taxed away if wages and profits are to receive their […]
An excellent new video commissioned by Bryan Kavanagh, explaining how a fairer economy must include sharing the naturally rising value of natural resources.
The debate over tax policy in Australia has reached fairly mediocre levels. The best the Federal Government can muster is a company tax cut, which they intend to by stealth replace with income tax via bracket creep. Meanwhile the natural bounty of land is ever increasing in price via debt leveraging and population growth, worsening […]
3 January 2018 International Co-operation and Tax Administration Division OECD/CTPA Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, Circumvention of Common Reporting Standards (CRS) May I respectfully suggest that the OECD has set itself an impossible task in endeavouring to curtail circumvention of common international reporting standards. Just as national accounting and legal professions have […]