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It is the role of the Treasury to provide advice on effective tax and retirement income arrangements that contribute to the overall fiscal outcome, influence strong sustainable economic growth for the good of the Australian people. The Treasury is responsible for assessing and advising on the general design of the tax system and its components, and retirement income policy, in relation to economic efficiency, equity, income distribution, budgetary requirements and economic feasibility.


  •  - Open23 days left to have your sayConsultation Paper

    The Government announced in the 2016-17 Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) that it would allow the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) to report to registered credit reporting bureaus (CRBs) the tax debt information of businesses that do not effectively engage with the ATO to manage those debts. The Government is seeking the community’s views on […]

  •  - Open23 days left to have your sayConsultation Paper, Draft Legislation

    This consultation paper covers two superannuation taxation measures designed to support the integrity of the Government’s comprehensive suite of superannuation taxation reforms. The first measure includes a member’s share of the outstanding balance of a Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangement (LRBA) in their total superannuation balance (TSB). The second measure ensures that non-arm’s length expenditure is […]

  •  - Open16 days left to have your sayExposure Draft

    The Government is seeking submissions on the draft Corporate Collective Investment Vehicle (CCIV) Bill and explanatory materials (tax framework). The draft Bill proposes the new tax framework that will give effect to the CCIV. The policy intent of the CCIV is to establish a new form of passive investment vehicle, providing broad alignment with the […]

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