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Taxation: how could you cut the cake differently?

September 2001 - Taxation: how could you cut the cake differently?Much has been said about recent of tax reforms - some insist it is the only way we could continue, others claim it is a disastrous burden on small business. For every government, the question of how to impose taxes and what to do with the revenue raised is vexed - you can't please everyone all the time. With the tax system likely to be an election issue, we wondered what is possible, and what is feasible.

Ending the Internet's tax-free status: how about a byte tax
by Jillian Slater - 25/09/2001
Taxing the global casino
by James Ensor - 15/09/2001
Taxing the family
by Lucy Sullivan - 15/09/2001
Government and Opposition tax policies balanced
by John Quiggin - 15/09/2001
Giving the baker a bigger slice of pie: tax reform to empower tax payers
by Jim Hoggett - 15/09/2001
Reconciling equity and efficiency: a different take on taxation
by Gavin Putland - 15/09/2001

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