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The Economic Times
Deloitte seeks tax sops for telcos for participating in Digitial India, cut in applicable MAT rates in Budget 2016KOLKATA: In the run-up to the Union budget for 2016-17, Big Four consulting fir
Deloitte seeks tax sops for telcos for participating in Digitial India, cut in applicable MAT rates in Budget 2016
The Economic Times / Posted an hour ago
KOLKATA: In the run-up to the Union budget for 2016-17, Big Four consulting firm Deloitte Haskins Sells wants finance ministerArun Jaitley to give strategic importance to the telecoms sector, and has called for tax sops for telcos participating in... Read more
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Online Recruitment
#loveyourjob - Peninsula targets millennials looking for a rewarding careerAccording to Deloitte, nearly three quarters of millennials plan to leave their
#loveyourjob - Peninsula targets millennials looking for a rewarding career
Online Recruitment / Posted 3 hours ago
According to Deloitte, nearly three quarters of millennials plan to leave their job within the next 5 years and set to increase further by 2020. With this in mind, Peninsula Business Services has launched a 12 month social media campaign aimed at... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen reportThe NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effe
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen report
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 hours ago
The NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effects of its electricity privatisation plan for the state's economy, a highly critical independent review has found. The NSW government has been spruiking "unreasonable"... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen reportThe NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effe
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen report
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 hours ago
The NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effects of its electricity privatisation plan for the state's economy, a highly critical independent review has found. The NSW government has been spruiking "unreasonable"... Read more
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The Young Witness
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen reportThe NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effe
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen report
The Young Witness / Posted 4 hours ago
The NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effects of its electricity privatisation plan for the state's economy, a highly critical independent review has found. The NSW government has been spruiking "unreasonable"... Read more
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Sporting Life
Cheltenham Festival 2016 Guide Follow the road to the 2016 Cheltenham Festival right here with Sportinglife.
Cheltenham Festival 2016 Guide
Sporting Life / Posted 4 hours ago
Follow the road to the 2016 Cheltenham Festival right here with Sportinglife.com as we bring you all the latest news, betting tips, form guides, features, videos as well as a full meeting schedule.The countdown to the... Read more
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Market Watch
India consumer inflation cools in January: pollNEW DELHI--India's consumer inflation likely eased for the first time in six mo
India consumer inflation cools in January: poll
Market Watch / Posted 4 hours ago
NEW DELHI--India's consumer inflation likely eased for the first time in six months in January as food prices cooled, undershooting the central bank's target for the month and bolstering hopes of a rate cut later this year, a survey shows. The... Read more
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Western Advocate
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen reportThe NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effe
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen report
Western Advocate / Posted 4 hours ago
The NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effects of its electricity privatisation plan for the state's economy, a highly critical independent review has found. The NSW government has been spruiking "unreasonable"... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen reportThe NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effe
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen report
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 hours ago
The NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effects of its electricity privatisation plan for the state's economy, a highly critical independent review has found. The NSW government has been spruiking "unreasonable"... Read more
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The Border Mail
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen reportThe NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effe
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen report
The Border Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
The NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effects of its electricity privatisation plan for the state's economy, a highly critical independent review has found. The NSW government has been spruiking "unreasonable"... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen reportThe NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effe
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen report
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 hours ago
The NSW government has been spruiking overcooked estimates of the positive effects of its electricity privatisation plan for the state's economy, a highly critical independent review has found. The NSW government has been spruiking "unreasonable"... Read more
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The Economic Times
I love building businesses from scratch: Mukesh BansalBENGALURU: The popular perception of computer science engineers is that they ar
I love building businesses from scratch: Mukesh Bansal
The Economic Times / Posted 4 hours ago
BENGALURU: The popular perception of computer science engineers is that they are nerds, interested in academics, and Mukesh Bansal was no exception. That is, until he was bitten by the startup bug. But the transformation into a fashionista would... Read more
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The Economic Times
40% startups require independent consultants every month: Flexing It surveyNEW DELHI: Having set ambitious hiring targets earlier startups seem to be gett
40% startups require independent consultants every month: Flexing It survey
The Economic Times / Posted 5 hours ago
NEW DELHI: Having set ambitious hiring targets earlier startups seem to be getting keener on flexible talent. A survey conducted by Flexing It, a curated online marketplace for companies and professionals for part-time assignments, revealed that 40%... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen reportA new report has found the benefits of electricity privatisation may be oversta
Benefits of NSW Government's electricity privatisation questioned in ACIL Allen report
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
A new report has found the benefits of electricity privatisation may be overstated. Photo: Bloomberg The NSW government has been spruiking "unreasonable" estimates of the positive effects of its electricity privatisation plan for the state's... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
Beverly Hills Communications Firm Clive Hoffman Associates Celebrates 50th AnniversaryPosted: Wednesday, February 10, 2016 – 9:42 PM Clive Hoffman Associates, Inc.
Beverly Hills Communications Firm Clive Hoffman Associates Celebrates 50th Anniversary
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted 6 hours ago
Posted: Wednesday, February 10, 2016 – 9:42 PM Clive Hoffman Associates, Inc. (CHA), one of the Southland’s oldest independent public relations firms, recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. Founded by its namesake Clive Hoffman in January 1966,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Islamic College of Brisbane to overhaul financial managementIslamic College of Brisbane forced to overhaul financial management The Islami
Islamic College of Brisbane to overhaul financial management
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
Islamic College of Brisbane forced to overhaul financial management The Islamic College of Brisbane has been forced to overhaul its financial management and governance after it was warned about potential misuse of federal funds. The Federal... Read more
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SiliconIndia
Budget 2016: Startups May get Tax Benefit for Brand BuildingNEW DELHI: In order to encourage startups, especially e-commerce companies, the
Budget 2016: Startups May get Tax Benefit for Brand Building
SiliconIndia / Posted 7 hours ago
NEW DELHI: In order to encourage startups, especially e-commerce companies, the Finance Ministry may look at according beneficial tax treatment to their brand building expenses in the forthcoming Budget. According to experts, the government could... Read more
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TheBull
Indebted miners need to be brave amid routHighly indebted mining companies with limited cash flow need to make brave deci
Indebted miners need to be brave amid rout
TheBull / Posted 7 hours ago
Highly indebted mining companies with limited cash flow need to make brave decisions as they face a protracted period of low commodities prices, Deloitte says. With no real signs of recovery in commodities prices predicted over the next 12 months,... Read more
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SKY News Business RSS
Business leaders watching next big disruptorSixty experts from across the globe gathered in Sydney for the Deloitte Global
Business leaders watching next big disruptor
SKY News Business RSS / Posted 8 hours ago
Sixty experts from across the globe gathered in Sydney for the Deloitte Global Innovation Forum, to discuss the next key sources of disruption. Blockchain stood out amongst the pack, as a major technology with the potential to reshape business... Read more
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The Financial Express
Budget 2016-17: Govt likely to tweak its tax holiday for start-upsBudget 2016-17: From the point of view of boosting start-ups in India, the Budg
Budget 2016-17: Govt likely to tweak its tax holiday for start-ups
The Financial Express / Posted 8 hours ago
Budget 2016-17: From the point of view of boosting start-ups in India, the Budget is going to be very critical, including exemptions that are in place in countries such as Singapore, Germany and others which provide similar benefits for a better... Read more
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Perth Now
Indebted miners need to be brave amid rout Highly indebted mining companies with limited cash flow need to make brave de
Indebted miners need to be brave amid rout
Perth Now / Posted 9 hours ago
Highly indebted mining companies with limited cash flow need to make brave decisions as they face a protracted period of low commodities prices, Deloitte says. With no real signs of recovery in commodities... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Indebted miners need to be brave amid rout Highly indebted mining companies with limited cash flow need to make brave de
Indebted miners need to be brave amid rout
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 hours ago
Highly indebted mining companies with limited cash flow need to make brave decisions as they face a protracted period of low commodities prices, Deloitte says. With no real signs of recovery in commodities... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Indebted miners need to be brave amid rout Highly indebted mining companies with limited cash flow need to make brave de
Indebted miners need to be brave amid rout
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
Highly indebted mining companies with limited cash flow need to make brave decisions as they face a protracted period of low commodities prices, Deloitte says. With no real signs of recovery in commodities... Read more
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The Indian Express
Govt likely to tweak its tax holiday for start-upsThe government had announced an array of initiatives for start-ups, including a
Govt likely to tweak its tax holiday for start-ups
The Indian Express / Posted 12 hours ago
The government had announced an array of initiatives for start-ups, including a Rs 10,000-crore fund of funds, ease of closing companies, patents and exemption from income tax on their profits for the first three years. With its proposal of a tax... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Dementia on the rise, but you can do something about itNew dementia figures for 2016 show more people than ever will be living with th
Dementia on the rise, but you can do something about it
Kiama Independent / Posted 13 hours ago
New dementia figures for 2016 show more people than ever will be living with the condition this year. New dementia figures for 2016 show more people than ever will be living with the condition this year. However, the peak body representing people... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Dementia on the rise at Dubbo | InteractiveDEMENTIA is on a slow but steady march in the state electorate of Dubbo where a
Dementia on the rise at Dubbo | Interactive
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 hours ago
DEMENTIA is on a slow but steady march in the state electorate of Dubbo where an estimated 1228 people diagnosed with the fatal disease will double by 2050. DEMENTIA is on a slow but steady march in the state electorate of Dubbo where an estimated... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Back to work blues trigger job hunting - David ForemanThe 'January Blues' are here - provoking many New Zealanders to think about cha
Back to work blues trigger job hunting - David Foreman
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
The 'January Blues' are here - provoking many New Zealanders to think about changing jobs. The start-of-year blues are also, according to top leadership and sales training company David Forman Ltd, a sign some New Zealand companies are neglecting a... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Everton takeover: Verdict on Blues value and how the brand can growEx-Everton commercial director James Powell has been evaluating whether his for
Everton takeover: Verdict on Blues value and how the brand can grow
Liverpool Echo / Posted 14 hours ago
Ex-Everton commercial director James Powell has been evaluating whether his former club is worth the £200million figure being quoted for a potential takeover and believes that any new owner would be looking to increase the Blues brand on a global... Read more
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University of Sydney News
MAMMOTH mathematicsWilliam Reid, a final year robotics PhD candidate, used MATLAB and Simulink sof
MAMMOTH mathematics
University of Sydney News / Posted 15 hours ago
William Reid, a final year robotics PhD candidate, used MATLAB and Simulink software to improve the mobility of the MAMMOTH (or Mars Analogue Multi-Mode Traverse Hybrid) rover, claiming the highly contested international competition. The 28-year-old... Read more
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Philly.com
Retail sales projected to grow but skeptics remain"Wage stagnation is easing, jobs are being created and consumer confidence rema
Retail sales projected to grow but skeptics remain
Philly.com / Posted 15 hours ago
"Wage stagnation is easing, jobs are being created and consumer confidence remains steady, so despite the headwinds our economy faces from international developments - particularly in China - we think 2016 will be favorable for growth" in retail, he... Read more
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BVI Beacon
SPORTS PROFILE — Natasha Ruscheinski: swimmer and organiserSince 2011, Ms. Ruscheinski, 30, has lived in the Virgin Islands and worked for
SPORTS PROFILE — Natasha Ruscheinski: swimmer and organiser
BVI Beacon / Posted 16 hours ago
Since 2011, Ms. Ruscheinski, 30, has lived in the Virgin Islands and worked for Deloitte. In her time here, the South African has won and helped organise numerous triathlons and swimming events. Additionally, she is the founder of the non-profit... Read more
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Investopedia
Will Market Volatility Impact M&A in 2016?The year 2016 appears to be rough waters for global financial markets, starting
Will Market Volatility Impact M&A in 2016?
Investopedia / Posted 17 hours ago
The year 2016 appears to be rough waters for global financial markets, starting with the relatively volatile stock markets. On Jan. 15, 2016, the Dow Jones Industrial market plunged 391 points due to jitters over fears of the slowdown in China’s... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Valley dementia cases to double by 2050MORE than 1500 people are living with dementia in the Clarence electorate - a f
Valley dementia cases to double by 2050
Daily Examiner / Posted 18 hours ago
MORE than 1500 people are living with dementia in the Clarence electorate - a figure set to more than double by 2050. Alzheimer's Australia NSW research found the region was home to the 12th most dementia cases of the state's 93 state... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Dementia on rise in DubboDEMENTIA is on a slow but steady march in the state electorate of Dubbo where a
Dementia on rise in Dubbo
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 hours ago
DEMENTIA is on a slow but steady march in the state electorate of Dubbo where an estimated 1228 people diagnosed with the fatal disease will double by 2050. Chief executive officer of Alzheimer's Australia NSW John Watkins AM. Photo: Danielle... Read more
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The Economic Times
One less Bansal at Flipkart as Myntra's Mukesh quits; senior executive Ankit Nagori to also leaveBENGALURU: Mukesh Bansal has resigned as head of commerce and advertising busin
One less Bansal at Flipkart as Myntra's Mukesh quits; senior executive Ankit Nagori to also leave
The Economic Times / Posted 22 hours ago
BENGALURU: Mukesh Bansal has resigned as head of commerce and advertising business at Flipkart, just weeks after a top-level restructuring that resulted in cofounder Binny Bansal's elevation as the CEO of India's largest online retailer. Mukesh... Read more
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Hospitality Net
Cornell Institute for Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations Welcomes New Member Firms Three companies have joined the Cornell Institute for Hospitality Labor and E
Cornell Institute for Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations Welcomes New Member Firms
Hospitality Net / Posted 23 hours ago
Three companies have joined the Cornell Institute for Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations (CIHLER) as new corporate members, announced David Sherwyn,... Read more
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The Economic Times
Budget 2016: Glimmer of hope for GST?By Sachhin Shinde and Snehbala Biyani, Deloitte Haskins & Sells LLP Amidst eco
Budget 2016: Glimmer of hope for GST?
The Economic Times / Posted 23 hours ago
By Sachhin Shinde and Snehbala Biyani, Deloitte Haskins & Sells LLP Amidst economic prospects across the globe, India has posed as a beacon of hope with ambitious growth targets, supported by strategic concepts like 'Make in India', 'Digital India',... Read more
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Accountancy Age
Big Four among most frequent providers of hospitality to senior civil servantsGOVERNMENT officials accepted 7,980 forms of hospitality last year, with Big Fo
Big Four among most frequent providers of hospitality to senior civil servants
Accountancy Age / Posted yesterday
GOVERNMENT officials accepted 7,980 forms of hospitality last year, with Big Four firms among the most frequent providers of hospitality to senior civil servants, a National Audit Office report has found. The NAO report, which recommends that rules... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Uganda's Solar Attracts Investors Amid Cost FearsA number of investors are lining up at the offices of the Electricity Regulator
Uganda's Solar Attracts Investors Amid Cost Fears
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
A number of investors are lining up at the offices of the Electricity Regulatory Authority seeking licenses to carry out solar power projects. Fears that this is an expensive venture have not dampened their appetite, writes JEFF MBANGA. As far as... Read more
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iol.co.za
Mines must innovate to succeedCape Town - Mining houses in Africa needed to push the innovation envelope if t
Mines must innovate to succeed
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
Cape Town - Mining houses in Africa needed to push the innovation envelope if they wanted to succeed in a sector characterised by plunging prices, deeper and more dangerous mines and labour unrest. This is according to a study released by Deloitte... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
KQ Hires Deloitte to Champion Its Recovery PlansKenya Airways has commissioned a forensic audit as part of the airline's turnar
KQ Hires Deloitte to Champion Its Recovery Plans
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Kenya Airways has commissioned a forensic audit as part of the airline's turnaround strategy. The national carrier's board has appointed Deloitte Consulting to comb through its operations and advise the loss-making airline on how to improve its... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kenya Airways Kicks Off Forensic AuditNairobi — The Kenya Airways Board has commissioned a forensic audit as part of
Kenya Airways Kicks Off Forensic Audit
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Nairobi — The Kenya Airways Board has commissioned a forensic audit as part of the airline's turnaround strategy. The board has appointed Deloitte Consulting to perform the audit, which will support the improvement of Kenya Airways systems,... Read more
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Business Wire
RSE : BIENVENUE DANS LE MONDE REELPARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lors de la COP 21, les acteurs privés comme publics ont
RSE : BIENVENUE DANS LE MONDE REEL
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lors de la COP 21, les acteurs privés comme publics ont largement annoncé leurs engagements dans la transition de notre modèle économique, environnemental et social. Cette année, PRODURABLE, rendez-vous incontournable de la... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessionsThe government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of t
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessions
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of tax changes in an exercise the head of the Treasury says shouldn't be taken too literally. The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of... Read more
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The Young Witness
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessionsThe government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of t
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessions
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of tax changes in an exercise the head of the Treasury says shouldn't be taken too literally. The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of... Read more
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Western Advocate
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessionsThe government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of t
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessions
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of tax changes in an exercise the head of the Treasury says shouldn't be taken too literally. The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessionsThe government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of t
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessions
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of tax changes in an exercise the head of the Treasury says shouldn't be taken too literally. The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of... Read more
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Manning River Times
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessionsThe government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of t
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessions
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of tax changes in an exercise the head of the Treasury says shouldn't be taken too literally. The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessionsThe government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of t
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessions
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of tax changes in an exercise the head of the Treasury says shouldn't be taken too literally. The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of... Read more
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The North West Star
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessionsThe government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of t
Tax white paper: Treasury considers winding back superannuation concessions
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of tax changes in an exercise the head of the Treasury says shouldn't be taken too literally. The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of... Read more
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