Dale Boccabella

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More Australians are now taking on a second job to relieve cost of living pressures. But is the extra money worth the amount of time (and tax) it takes up? UNSW Business School experts explain.  

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For employees working from home, part-time workers and small businesses juggling JobKeeper, there are things to watch out for this year when filing tax returns. 

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They not only direct tax-free income to children, but also to children who are yet to be born.

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There isn't much room for Barnaby Joyce to sidestep tax on payment for a TV interview, say UNSW Business School experts.

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A decision to postpone the introduction of a 32% tax on working holidaymakers has been welcomed by UNSW tax expert Dale Boccabella, who says it risked denting our international reputation.

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Fresh fruit and vegetables are currently exempt from GST for equity reasons, but it’s time for a rethink, write Dale Boccabella and Kathrin Bain.

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The Commonwealth can act alone to change the rate or scope of the GST, but it would be a brave government that did so in face of the inevitable community backlash, writes Dale Boccabella.

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Academics from UNSW’s Australian School of Business will give their independent analysis of the 2014 Federal Budget in a live roundtable discussion on Wednesday morning.

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Abolishing the sacred cow of negative gearing is considered by governments of all persuasions to be electorally unpalatable. But that doesn't mean changes aren't afoot, writes Dale Boccabella.

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If the Commission of Audit wants to paint the true picture it needs to subject tax deductions, rebates and exemptions to the same standard of scrutiny applied to other expenditures, writes Dale Boccabella. 

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