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If Scott MorrisonThe Hon. Scott Morrison, Federal Member for Cook Treasurer from 21.9.15 thinks that by offering tax cuts to Australians earning more than $80,000 he is helping average workers, he doesn’t know what average workers earn.
Relatively few people are at risk of earning more than $80,000 and relatively little of their income is above $80,000.
Asked on Channel Nine about reports his budget will deliver election-eve tax cuts to Australians earning more than $80,000, he said he was going to clear the way for small and medium-sized businesses and ” people out there earning average wages “.
Business leaders have made a last ditch plea for the federal government to commit to cut corporate tax in Tuesday’s budget but will have to wait several years with the government expected to chart a path to a lower rate over the decade ahead.
An Adelaide City councillor says it is hypocritical of the State Government to remove restrictions on food vans if it does not offer subsidies to fixed businesses like it will with the taxi industry when Uber X enters the market.
The Minister for Small Business and Assistant Treasurer, the Hon Kelly O’Dwyer MP, and the Attorney GeneralSenator the Hon. George Brandis QC, Senator the Hon George Brandis QC, today released a discussion paper titled ‘Improving Bankruptcy and Insolvency Laws’ for public consultation as part of the Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda (NISA).
I have spent the past three months looking for office space for my tech company in Sydney. It has been surprisingly challenging to find a creative space for 20-30 people.
Shortly after listing on the ASX, wearables company Nuheara launched a crowdfunding to help fund the roll out of its intelligent wireless ear buds.
In just over an hour Nuheara, a startup co-located in Perth and San Francisco, reached its initial goal of $US50,000.
With three business days remaining before the the Federal Budget is announced, small to medium business owners have voiced a united desire for company tax rates to be reduced, according to the latest MYOB Business Monitor .
A Sydney-based “predictive software” start-up plans to list next month, targeting a robotic solution to one of the most emotional and subjective pursuits: family law settlements.