Dividend imputation and franking credits

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Dividend imputation and franking credits

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Distributional analysis of the Stage 3 tax cuts

Summary of proposal

The request sought estimated financial implications and distributional analysis of Stage 3 of the personal income tax plan as set out in the 2018-19 Budget measure Personal income tax plan and the 2019-20 Budget measure Lower taxes for hard-working Australians: Building on the Personal Income Tax Plan over the medium-term. The Stage 3 tax cuts take effect from 1 July 2024 and involve:

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Distributional analysis of the Stage 3 tax cuts

Summary of proposal

The request sought estimated financial implications and distributional analysis of Stage 3 of the personal income tax plan as set out in the 2018-19 Budget measure Personal income tax plan and the 2019-20 Budget measure Lower taxes for hard-working Australians: Building on the Personal Income Tax Plan over the medium-term. The Stage 3 tax cuts take effect from 1 July 2024 and involve:

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Distributional analysis of the Stage 3 tax cuts

Summary of proposal

The request sought estimated financial implications and distributional analysis of Stage 3 of the personal income tax plan as set out in the 2018-19 Budget measure Personal income tax plan and the 2019-20 Budget measure Lower taxes for hard-working Australians: Building on the Personal Income Tax Plan over the medium-term. The Stage 3 tax cuts take effect from 1 July 2024 and involve:

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Financing state property tax reform

Summary of proposal

Under this proposal the Commonwealth Government would provide concessional loans to state and territory governments (excluding the ACT) to enable them to replace their existing stamp duty on sales of residential and non-residential property with a broad based land tax.

From 1 July 2017, property acquisitions would not be liable for stamp duty, but would instead commence paying an annual land tax.

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Financing state property tax reform

Summary of proposal

Under this proposal the Commonwealth Government would provide concessional loans to state and territory governments (excluding the ACT) to enable them to replace their existing stamp duty on sales of residential and non-residential property with a broad based land tax.

From 1 July 2017, property acquisitions would not be liable for stamp duty, but would instead commence paying an annual land tax.

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Financing state property tax reform

Summary of proposal

Under this proposal the Commonwealth Government would provide concessional loans to state and territory governments (excluding the ACT) to enable them to replace their existing stamp duty on sales of residential and non-residential property with a broad based land tax.

From 1 July 2017, property acquisitions would not be liable for stamp duty, but would instead commence paying an annual land tax.

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Financing state property tax reform

Summary of proposal

Under this proposal the Commonwealth Government would provide concessional loans to state and territory governments (excluding the ACT) to enable them to replace their existing stamp duty on sales of residential and non-residential property with a broad based land tax.

From 1 July 2017, property acquisitions would not be liable for stamp duty, but would instead commence paying an annual land tax.

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GST-free electricity

Summary of proposal

The proposal would make electricity supplied Goods and Services Tax (GST) free unless it is supplied in a battery.

Equipment for self-generation of electricity, like generators and solar panels, would remain subject to GST.

States and territories would not be compensated for the reduction in GST revenue collections.

The start date of this proposal is 1 January 2018.

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