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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australia urged to stamp out farm workers trapped in 'modern slavery'in other sectors, farmers were being singled out. "At the moment, farmers are
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
in other sectors, farmers were being singled out. "At the moment, farmers are being asked to be Border Force and the Tax Office, and it's proving very, very difficult to get that harvest labour onto farms," she said. Growcom said an illegal... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Guaranteed super? Not if you're a worker in the 'gig economy'and performance expectations. Uber is a significant example due to the number
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
and performance expectations. Uber is a significant example due to the number of drivers it has attracted. The Australian Tax Office estimates that more than 100,000 people have been paid for ride-share work in Australia in the past two years. A... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Swiss 'tax spy' ready to confess in German trialwith ferreting out stashes of wealth hidden at Swiss banks. Switzerland had be
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 hours ago
with ferreting out stashes of wealth hidden at Swiss banks. Switzerland had been seeking the identities of three German tax officers, hoping to build a case against them for illegally obtaining banking data - which are protected under the... Read more
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DW
Espionage case begins for Swiss bank spy accused of targeting tax fraud investigators in Frankfurt Germany |also receiving €€13,000 for the personal details of tax officials, and was prom
DW / Posted 16 hours ago
also receiving €€13,000 for the personal details of tax officials, and was promised €€90,000 for placing a mole in the tax office. Daniel M., a former policeman and a high-ranking security officer at Swiss banking giant UBS, was arrested in... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'A fiscal termite eating away at the foundations of our corporate tax system'and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-run
Daily Liberal / Posted 18 hours ago
and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-running dispute with the Australian Tax Office over assessments spanning 11 years that total $661 million in primary tax, plus interest and penalties that take... Read more
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The Border Mail
'A fiscal termite eating away at the foundations of our corporate tax system'and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-run
The Border Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-running dispute with the Australian Tax Office over assessments spanning 11 years that total $661 million in primary tax, plus interest and penalties that take... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'A fiscal termite eating away at the foundations of our corporate tax system'and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-run
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 18 hours ago
and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-running dispute with the Australian Tax Office over assessments spanning 11 years that total $661 million in primary tax, plus interest and penalties that take... Read more
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The Courier
'A fiscal termite eating away at the foundations of our corporate tax system'and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-run
The Courier / Posted 18 hours ago
and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-running dispute with the Australian Tax Office over assessments spanning 11 years that total $661 million in primary tax, plus interest and penalties that take... Read more
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Canberra Times
BHP labelled Australia's 'worst tax dodger' by former treasurer Wayne Swan and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-run
Canberra Times / Posted 18 hours ago
and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-running dispute with the Australian Tax Office over assessments spanning 11 years that total $661 million in primary tax, plus interest and penalties that take... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
'A fiscal termite eating away at the foundations of our corporate tax system'and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-run
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 18 hours ago
and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-running dispute with the Australian Tax Office over assessments spanning 11 years that total $661 million in primary tax, plus interest and penalties that take... Read more
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Western Advocate
'A fiscal termite eating away at the foundations of our corporate tax system'and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-run
Western Advocate / Posted 18 hours ago
and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-running dispute with the Australian Tax Office over assessments spanning 11 years that total $661 million in primary tax, plus interest and penalties that take... Read more
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Manning River Times
'A fiscal termite eating away at the foundations of our corporate tax system'and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-run
Manning River Times / Posted 19 hours ago
and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-running dispute with the Australian Tax Office over assessments spanning 11 years that total $661 million in primary tax, plus interest and penalties that take... Read more
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The North West Star
'A fiscal termite eating away at the foundations of our corporate tax system'and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-run
The North West Star / Posted 19 hours ago
and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-running dispute with the Australian Tax Office over assessments spanning 11 years that total $661 million in primary tax, plus interest and penalties that take... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
BHP labelled Australia's 'worst tax dodger' by former treasurer Wayne Swan and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-run
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 hours ago
and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-running dispute with the Australian Tax Office over assessments spanning 11 years that total $661 million in primary tax, plus interest and penalties that take... Read more
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The Age
BHP labelled Australia's 'worst tax dodger' by former treasurer Wayne Swan and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-run
The Age / Posted 19 hours ago
and corporate responsibility. The world's biggest miner has been in a long-running dispute with the Australian Tax Office over assessments spanning 11 years that total $661 million in primary tax, plus interest and penalties that take... Read more
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express
‘Generational TAX WAR’ Hammond roasted by ex-chancellor for ‘silly’ pension ideaat the IEA, said: "It would be technically possible to apply a lower tax rate o
express / Posted yesterday
at the IEA, said: "It would be technically possible to apply a lower tax rate on the incomes of younger people. "The tax office knows your age, and there are precedents for applying different tax rates for different ages; for example, you... Read more
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Western Advocate
Get ready to lodge your tax returnyour own tax return. If you're preparing your 2017 tax return yourself, you hav
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
your own tax return. If you're preparing your 2017 tax return yourself, you have just more than a week to lodge with the Tax Office to avoid any penalties. For those who are organised and have already lodged, congratulations! Hopefully you've... Read more
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Manning River Times
Get ready to lodge your tax returnyour own tax return. If you're preparing your 2017 tax return yourself, you hav
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
your own tax return. If you're preparing your 2017 tax return yourself, you have just more than a week to lodge with the Tax Office to avoid any penalties. For those who are organised and have already lodged, congratulations! Hopefully you've... Read more
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The North West Star
Get ready to lodge your tax returnyour own tax return. If you're preparing your 2017 tax return yourself, you hav
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
your own tax return. If you're preparing your 2017 tax return yourself, you have just more than a week to lodge with the Tax Office to avoid any penalties. For those who are organised and have already lodged, congratulations! Hopefully you've... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Get ready to lodge your tax returnyour own tax return. If you're preparing your 2017 tax return yourself, you hav
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
your own tax return. If you're preparing your 2017 tax return yourself, you have just more than a week to lodge with the Tax Office to avoid any penalties. For those who are organised and have already lodged, congratulations! Hopefully you've... Read more
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The Border Mail
Get ready to lodge your tax returnyour own tax return. If you're preparing your 2017 tax return yourself, you hav
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
your own tax return. If you're preparing your 2017 tax return yourself, you have just more than a week to lodge with the Tax Office to avoid any penalties. For those who are organised and have already lodged, congratulations! Hopefully you've... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Get ready to lodge your tax returnyour own tax return. If you're preparing your 2017 tax return yourself, you hav
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
your own tax return. If you're preparing your 2017 tax return yourself, you have just more than a week to lodge with the Tax Office to avoid any penalties. For those who are organised and have already lodged, congratulations! Hopefully you've... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Could you live on just over $400 a week and still enjoy yourself?seven of the state's towns unfortunate enough to be listed in the top 10 poores
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
seven of the state's towns unfortunate enough to be listed in the top 10 poorest postcodes in the nation by the Australian Tax Office. Despite the bleak statistics, it has drawn Victorian John Lillico to retire here. "There are a lot of... Read more
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express
Pensions tax BACKLASH: Hammond warned against 'alienating' older voters with new tax raidat the IEA, said: "It would be technically possible to apply a lower tax rate o
express / Posted 2 days ago
at the IEA, said: "It would be technically possible to apply a lower tax rate on the incomes of younger people. "The tax office knows your age, and there are precedents for applying different tax rates for different ages; for example, you... Read more
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DutchNews.nl
Who will join the new Dutch cabinet? the papers start naming namesa cabinet job. The paper also says that Eric Wiebes, currently junior finance
DutchNews.nl / Posted 2 days ago
a cabinet job. The paper also says that Eric Wiebes, currently junior finance minister with special responsibility for the tax office, will get the economic affairs job. The Financieele Dagblad said at the weekend that CDA senator Wopke Hoekstra... Read more
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DutchNews.nl
More children in organised childcare as more mothers go out to work– a creche, child-minder or after-school club – has reached its highest level s
DutchNews.nl / Posted 2 days ago
– a creche, child-minder or after-school club – has reached its highest level since 2011, according to new figures from the tax office and social affairs ministry. In the second quarter of this year, some 736,000 children were placed in formal... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Now: News in 90 seconds for October 16, 2017in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service depar
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service departments and agencies including Defence, the tax office and Human Services seeking their views on contract terms and conditions, project bank accounts and 30-day... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'Not overly difficult': federal departments pushed to pay upin the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service depar
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service departments and agencies including Defence, the tax office and Human Services seeking their views on contract terms and conditions, project bank accounts and 30-day... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Verrender: Who really wins in the murky world of corporate tax cuts?countries. It's not about investment and it certainly isn't about creating job
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
countries. It's not about investment and it certainly isn't about creating jobs or growth. Just last week, the Australian Tax Office estimated that last year alone, multinationals attempted to evade paying around $3.5 billion in tax, but the ATO... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Now: News in 90 seconds for October 16, 2017in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service depar
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service departments and agencies including Defence, the tax office and Human Services seeking their views on contract terms and conditions, project bank accounts and 30-day... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Now: News in 90 seconds for October 16, 2017in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service depar
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service departments and agencies including Defence, the tax office and Human Services seeking their views on contract terms and conditions, project bank accounts and 30-day... Read more
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dna
IT details of Dera Sacha Sauda-linked bodies 'private', reveals RTIand 8(1)(j) of the Act fell under the private category and had no relation to p
dna / Posted 3 days ago
and 8(1)(j) of the Act fell under the private category and had no relation to public interest, the office said. The Income Tax Office in Sirsa, however, had provided the tax details of the institutions linked with the Dera on July 11,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Comanchero bikie Roberto Morando slugged with $1.7 million tax billMorando, who was almost killed when ambushed by a gunman in 2015, has denied mo
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Morando, who was almost killed when ambushed by a gunman in 2015, has denied most of the claims by the Australian Tax Office in a defence statement lodged with the Supreme Court of Victoria. The ATO assessment has been broken down into... Read more
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Canberra Times
Small Business Commissioner Kate Carnell targets government for faster paymentsin the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service depar
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service departments and agencies including Defence, the tax office and Human Services seeking their views on contract terms and conditions, project bank accounts and 30-day... Read more
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The Courier
'Not overly difficult': federal departments pushed to pay upin the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service depar
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service departments and agencies including Defence, the tax office and Human Services seeking their views on contract terms and conditions, project bank accounts and 30-day... Read more
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The Age
Small Business Commissioner Kate Carnell targets government for faster paymentsin the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service depar
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service departments and agencies including Defence, the tax office and Human Services seeking their views on contract terms and conditions, project bank accounts and 30-day... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Small Business Commissioner Kate Carnell targets government for faster paymentsin the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service depar
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service departments and agencies including Defence, the tax office and Human Services seeking their views on contract terms and conditions, project bank accounts and 30-day... Read more
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Manning River Times
'Not overly difficult': federal departments pushed to pay upin the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service depar
Manning River Times / Posted 3 days ago
in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service departments and agencies including Defence, the tax office and Human Services seeking their views on contract terms and conditions, project bank accounts and 30-day... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'Not overly difficult': federal departments pushed to pay upin the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service depar
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service departments and agencies including Defence, the tax office and Human Services seeking their views on contract terms and conditions, project bank accounts and 30-day... Read more
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The Border Mail
'Not overly difficult': federal departments pushed to pay upin the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service depar
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
in the Australian economy, Ms Carnell has written to seven public service departments and agencies including Defence, the tax office and Human Services seeking their views on contract terms and conditions, project bank accounts and 30-day... Read more
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The Border Mail
Comanchero bikie slugged with $1.7 million tax billMorando, who was almost killed when ambushed by a gunman in 2015, has denied mo
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Morando, who was almost killed when ambushed by a gunman in 2015, has denied most of the claims by the Australian Tax Office in a defence statement lodged with the Supreme Court of Victoria. The ATO assessment has been broken down into... Read more
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The Courier
Comanchero bikie slugged with $1.7 million tax billMorando, who was almost killed when ambushed by a gunman in 2015, has denied mo
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
Morando, who was almost killed when ambushed by a gunman in 2015, has denied most of the claims by the Australian Tax Office in a defence statement lodged with the Supreme Court of Victoria. The ATO assessment has been broken down into... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Comanchero bikie Roberto Morando slugged with $1.7 million tax billMorando, who was almost killed when ambushed by a gunman in 2015, has denied mo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Morando, who was almost killed when ambushed by a gunman in 2015, has denied most of the claims by the Australian Tax Office in a defence statement lodged with the Supreme Court of Victoria. The ATO assessment has been broken down into... Read more
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The Age
Comanchero bikie Roberto Morando slugged with $1.7 million tax billMorando, who was almost killed when ambushed by a gunman in 2015, has denied mo
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Morando, who was almost killed when ambushed by a gunman in 2015, has denied most of the claims by the Australian Tax Office in a defence statement lodged with the Supreme Court of Victoria. The ATO assessment has been broken down into... Read more
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The Courier
Tax Office's hot-desking legal stoush heats upIndustrial tribunal clash on Wednesday over ATO's plan to get hot. The battle
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
Industrial tribunal clash on Wednesday over ATO's plan to get hot. The battle over the Tax Office's plans to move public servants around the nation onto hot-desk working arrangements will move into the Fair Work Commission on Wednesday. The dispute... Read more
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Western Advocate
Government agencies could use facial recognitionWould you want the tax office to use facial recognition technology? Government
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
Would you want the tax office to use facial recognition technology? Government agencies could get approved access to part of the Commonwealth's newly proposed facial recognition program. The Facial Verification Service, part of the federal... Read more
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The North West Star
Government agencies could use facial recognitionWould you want the tax office to use facial recognition technology? Government
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
Would you want the tax office to use facial recognition technology? Government agencies could get approved access to part of the Commonwealth's newly proposed facial recognition program. The Facial Verification Service, part of the federal... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Government agencies could use facial recognitionWould you want the tax office to use facial recognition technology? Government
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
Would you want the tax office to use facial recognition technology? Government agencies could get approved access to part of the Commonwealth's newly proposed facial recognition program. The Facial Verification Service, part of the federal... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Government agencies could use facial recognitionWould you want the tax office to use facial recognition technology? Government
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
Would you want the tax office to use facial recognition technology? Government agencies could get approved access to part of the Commonwealth's newly proposed facial recognition program. The Facial Verification Service, part of the federal... Read more
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The Courier
Government agencies could use facial recognitionWould you want the tax office to use facial recognition technology? Government
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
Would you want the tax office to use facial recognition technology? Government agencies could get approved access to part of the Commonwealth's newly proposed facial recognition program. The Facial Verification Service, part of the federal... Read more
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