‘Reprehensible conduct’ – tax agent banned to protect the public
A Queensland tax agent has been stripped of her registration after committing a string of serious breaches against the...READ MORE
Business leaders are planning a new offensive to get crossbench senators to back the government’s economic agenda, as a decline in the nation’s $70 billion company tax take starts a new brawl over the spending cuts needed to avert mammoth deficits.
The corporate chiefs are throwing new weight behind Malcolm Turnbull’s most contentious election policy, a 10-year cut to the company tax rate, in a pitch to powerbrokers such as Pauline Hanson and Nick Xenophon to rescue the plan.
Read the full story at The Australian.