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University Fees - My Goals

I want to finish Law School. I have two years left to go. I already have an Undergraduate in Accounting but found that this did not provide me with much earning value as a graduate especially after the GFC. 156 more words

Accountant

Government was warned that the ATO was not up to catching corporate tax avoiders. Yet it's cutting 3000 staff. But Hockey is touting the G20 will close International tax loopholes

The ATO  is DEREGULATED  REVENUE is now INVISIBLE

http://media.smh.com.au/news/federal-politics/tax-attack-5830375.html

Bill Shorten accuses the government during Tuesday’s question time of going soft on corporate tax avoidance; All Tony Abbott could say is  Labor did nothing in government. 240 more words

Australian Economy

Graphical Manipulations #102: Shortened, Pyne Excels, Eleventy, Rat Rants, Watched, Box Ticks And Dunderklumpen!

It’s been a stressful week as Jihadi terror initially gripped the household only to be supplanted by fears that George Orwell’s horrific nightmare had come to pass, albeit 30 years too late, and Team Watch Australia was now following every move.  695 more words

30% of our largest companies pay less than.10c in the dollar corporate tax. We have a revenue problem not a spending problem

Global crackdown on tax havens fails to sway Australian companies

There would be no deficit Mr Hockey. If you collected what Mr Murdoch and others have been allowed to forego: Murdoch alone $1.5billion. 51 more words

Budget

Shorten WTF are you doing?

Shorten WTF are you doing?

When the ALP announced that they were going to change the criteria and allow the R&F to have more of a say, I thought that might be a good start and a new direction for a factional mishmash that was slowly but surely killing itself. 872 more words

By Truth Seeker

G20 Finance ministers meeting in Cairns, 20-21 Sept, 2014 made some very important policy decisions!

24rd Sept, 2014

G20 meeting of Finance ministers and Central Banks Governors on 20-21 Sept, 2014 at Cairns was an important meeting. It made many policy commitments, which, if implemented, will help the world economy significantly. 515 more words

Dr Yadu Singh