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  • Alex Wok

Corporate Tax Cuts


  • The pace of wages growth has been on a steady decline since December 2010, when annual wage growth was 3.9%, having fallen to a record low of 1.9% before increasing slightly to 2.1% in December of last year


Would the proposed cuts to the company

tax rates be beneficial for the Australian economy and for stagnant wage levels?

read more:

  1. The Age, ‘The best case for a company tax cut just isn’t that good’; Peter Swan, ‘Investment, the Corporate Tax Rate, and the Pricing of Franking Credits

  2. Australian Financial Review, ‘Derryn Hinch says Business Council tax cut pledge not good enough

  3. Australian Financial Review, ‘Cutting Australia's corporate tax will cut inequality

  4. The Conversation, ‘There isn’t solid research or theory to support cutting corporate taxes to boost wages

  5. ABC, ‘Who really wins in the murky world of corporate tax cuts?

  6. Australian Financial Review, ‘Bracket creep sends personal taxes surging, PBO warns

  7. The Australian, ‘Company tax cuts ‘make bracket creep inevitable

  8. The Australian, ‘Business piling the pressure on Senate crossbench

  9. The Guardian, ‘Denying company tax cut to big business 'economically damaging', crossbenchers told

  10. The Australian’, ‘Australia must cut company tax and government spending

  11. The Conversation, ‘Myth busting claims on the impact of the company tax cut; The Conversation, ‘Explainer: how company versus personal tax cuts boost the economy’;

  12. Australian Financial Review, ‘Business was wrong on company tax cuts: the effects can be immediate

  13. Australian Financial Review, ‘Company tax cut will build our society, not tear it up