Government inquiry takes aim at green charities that ‘get political’
In an article published on The Conversation, Dr Peter Burdon examines the Federal Government inquiry into tax-deductibility status of environmental groups. Click here to read Peter’s article.
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Adelaide Law School hosts 27th Australasian Tax Teachers’ Association 2015 Conference
The Adelaide Law School was proud to host the 27th Australasian Tax Teachers’ Association (ATTA) conference from 19-21 January 2015. The theme for this year’s conference was: Tax – “It’s time” For Change. Over 100 registrants attended six keynote presentations and 70 academic and PhD presentations to discuss a range of perspectives on this topical […]
Can the Senate block the budget?
Since the Treasurer’s budget speech there has been much talk about Labor and the minor parties ‘blocking the budget’. This article explains the constitutional requirements behind the budget process and the likelihood of the budget being blocked in the Senate. This is an article by Adelaide Law School’s Adam Webster, originally published in The Conversation. […]
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