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Labor's tax policies 'highly progressive' with top 20% feeling most impact

ANU analysis finds ‘top 20% account for around 70% of the fiscal impact’.

  • Shared by The Guardian
  • May 14, 2019
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A new analysis of Labor’s tax policies says the proposed overhaul of franking credits, changes to negative gearing, trusts and capital gains tax if Bill Shorten wins the election on 18 May will have a negligible impact on the bottom 50% of households in Australia measured by income and wealth.

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