'Say no to the ATO': the cultural politics of protest against the Australian Tax Office
This paper examines taxpayers’ protests against amended assessments received from the Australian Taxation Office (Tax Office), prompted by their involvement in tax effective schemes. Considering this issue through ‘social movement’ literature, and focussing on the Goldfields region of Western Australia, it aims to explore why some individuals became involved in schemes and why they later felt justified in protesting publicly against the Tax Office. It does not aim to access the ‘truth’ of...[Show more]
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