In recent years, Australia has been vocal in its desire to evolve to a tax system and broader economic policy that is profoundly pro-innovation.
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When it comes to taxation competitiveness and particularly corporate taxation, we have pretty modest goals and aims – to be a bit competitive (but not too much)
Tax mismatches and arbitrages will no longer be the basis for competitive advantage.
New tax treaty will have a wide ranging impact on business, particularly on multinationals.
As we near the finale of the 2016 Deloitte Tech Fast 50 competition, and the close of 2016, it is timely to consider what further tax developments we can expect in 2017 which will affect innovative rapid growth tech companies.
‘Domestically focused US policies can also impact on the global and Australian economies through their impact on the performance of the US economy.’
‘The various sides have chosen the political battlegrounds on which they wish take a different position.’
‘This is without doubt a pre-election Budget focusing on benefits for small business and growth’
‘Perhaps the biggest surprise was for individuals who already have benefits in pension (earnings exempt) phase.’
‘Perhaps as never before, tax is central to the political debate, the expected election campaign, much media focus and international reforms through the OECD.’