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Labor commits $7bn in spending from tax proposals

Labor commits $7bn in spending from tax proposals

Labor’s proposed tax changes will go towards close to $7 billion in spending on childcare subsidies and dental care, as revealed on the eve of pre-poll voting.

  • Shared by Accountants Daily
  • April 30, 2019
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Opposition Leader Bill Shorten revealed on Sunday that, if elected into power, he would commit $4 billion to subsidise childcare, $2.4 billion in dental care for aged pensioners and $537 million to fund an increase in childcare workers’ wages.

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