Archived publication for 1999 in IPA Review article
Aome academic commentators and the social welfare lobby regard negative gearing as primarily a tax avoidance device.
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The Keating piggery sale may well have been about buying influence- in Indonesia. But we still need to protect the health of our institutions.
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More than a quarter of the Federal ALP Caucua are new mwmbers. What does this mean for the alternative government?
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New Zealand had preceded us down the path of tax reform. We can learn from its experiance.