Rural tax breaks need remote control: Productivity Commission

Mike Foley
September 11 2019 - 6:30am
Tyranny of Distance: The Productivity Commission says financial support from the Commonwealth to remote area residents should be wound back, and too much of the assistance is flowing to residents not zoned as remote by the ABS.
Tyranny of Distance: The Productivity Commission says financial support from the Commonwealth to remote area residents should be wound back, and too much of the assistance is flowing to residents not zoned as remote by the ABS.

Financial assistance for Australians in remote locations should be wound down or cancelled, according to the Productivity Commission.

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Mike Foley

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