Qld politician calls for commonwealth cooperation on tax
Qld politician calls for commo바카라사이트nwealth cooperation on tax
The Australian Taxation Office’s chief financial officer said last week a tax system that’s driven by profit should be based on fairness.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics estimated in February that the 우리카지노average GST bill in Qld was $21.50.
Logan’s office said in November that Labor’s opposition to GST has forced the state into “a partnership” with the tax office and a re더킹카지노gional partnership called Tax and Accounting Services (TAS).
In 2013 the state budget budget included an 18-month period of funding the two agencies, but by May the state had missed an additional $1.9 million.
Labor last year demanded a 15-month period for tax cuts to fund the government.
“Labor’s failed economic policy has given Australian businesses and taxpayers a nightmare on average, the average $1.34 billion worth of losses on average every year, and they still manage to put $19 million into the state bank,” Logan said.
“This is unacceptable and people across Queensland are furious.”
Labor Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg said it was disappointing that the state didn’t address the underlying issues or made better use of money being spent on tax cuts that were “good for the world but bad for our citizens”.
“It’s not about the top marginal rate of income tax, but tax reform – and tax reform that delivers revenue for the state coffers and for Queensland jobs,” Springborg said.
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