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    When Boris Johnson was elected British prime minister in a landslide victory a few days before Christmas, he was the shiny present that everyone wanted. ... more
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    When Boris Johnson was elected British prime minister in a landslide victory a few days before Christmas, he was the shiny present that everyone wanted. ... more
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    States will be encouraged to ditch payroll taxes as part of new reforms to rebuild Australia's economy and kickstart jobs after the pandemic. The Morrison government is looking at ways to cut more red tape for small and medium business in time for the October budget and Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said he hopes to ease the payroll burden on employers by improving the tax system. The coalition announced its budget deficit had blown out to 40 billion dollars as tax revenue took a dive and spending on COVID-19 measures surged. Image: Getty ... more
  • 1 day Australia’s ‘fiscal cliff’ warning unless JobKeeper extended Adelaidenow |Biz
    A new wave of unemployed Australians desperate for work are likely to hit the jobs market in October and could result in a “fiscal cliff”. ... more
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    If you’re owed money by the government thanks to the Robodebt debacle, then there’s only one thing you need to do — and that’s sit tight. ... more
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    A new wave of unemployed Australians desperate for work are likely to hit the jobs market in October and could result in a “fiscal cliff”. ... more
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