Tax Settings and Inequality

Australia needs a completely different conversation about taxation policy.
 
The decisions to be made about taxation - such as how much is to be raised, and by what means - affect much more than just finding the revenue to secure the provision of necessary services.
 
Today, Australians are experiencing record levels of inequality. Unchecked, this will get worse, separating the experiences and opportunities of Australians, dampening all of our prospects.
 
Join Terri Butler MP & Andrew Giles MP as they discuss their recent Fabian essay on the links between taxes & inequality.

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