Australian tax office says 36% of big firms and multinationals paid no tax

Figures for 2015-16 show same proportion of companies pay no corporate income tax as in previous years • Read the dataThe tax office has revealed 36% of the largest public companies and multinational entities in Australia paid no tax in the most recent financial year on record.It means there has been no significant shift in the proportion of companies paying no corporate income tax in Australia. Continue reading...

Read more...
Positive 0 LOL 0 Interesting 0 Sad 0 Revolting 0 Fake 0

See also

CFL commish impressed by potential player Johnny Manziel

BRISTOL, Conn. -- CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie said Wednesday that he felt "good" about a conversation in September with quarterback Johnny Manziel but is awaiting the results of a multi-faceted expert analysis before deciding whether to appr...

0 0

Sources: Rockies land Bryan Shaw in 3-year deal worth $27M

Relief pitcher? Bryan Shaw has agreed to a three-year contract with the Colorado Rockies that will pay him around $9 million per year, sources told ESPN. The 30-year-old Shaw went 4-6 with a 3.52 ERA in an MLB-high 79 games last season...

0 0

Whoops, looks like something went wrong.