Federal Budget

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When borders reopen, expanded pathways for refugee admission could help both displaced people and strengthen the Australian community, says a UNSW Law expert.

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UNSW has academic experts available to comment on the Federal Government budget announcement.

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We'll need to spend at least an extra 15-20 per cent of GDP per year. It'll be more palatable if it is funded by COVID bonds.

School of Taxation & Business Law academic, Kathrin Bain

UNSW Business School academic Kathrin Bain suggests that as an alternative, the government could make franking credits non-refundable for public companies but refundable for private companies.

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Governments are addicted to tax revenue from harmful activities. It is stopping them from doing what is in society's best interests.

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UNSW Business School experts have analysed the government's pre-election budget in the annual BusinessThink Budget Briefing.

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Peter Costello's Future Fund is funding the apparent elimination of government debt.

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There are good reasons why corporate tax and the reach of the goods and services tax must be reconsidered, says UNSW Business School's Fiona Martin.

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The budget depends as much on China as it does on Canberra.

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Tax and wage growth are key areas for change

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