Taxpaying made easy
Each year, the Australian taxation system requires two-thirds of the adult population to spend an average of eight hours (Tran-Nam et al, 2000) telling the government basically what it already knows. Much of the information in our tax returns is already held in government databanks — to a large extent, the current process involves us producing figures that are then cross-checked against them. While the administrative burden of small business regulations has been accorded serious attention in...[Show more]
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