Ann Kayis-Kumar

Associate Professor

Associate Professor Ann Kayis-Kumar is author of Taxing Multinationals (Oxford University Press, 2019) and co-author of the Australian CGT Handbook (since the 8th edition, Thomson Reuters, 2017). Ann's research conceptualises tax as a mechanism to achieve social justice across the taxpaying spectrum; ranging from improving the integrity of taxing multinationals to improving the wellbeing of financially vulnerable individuals and small businesses.

She is the Founding Director of UNSW Tax Clinic, an international award-winning platform for experiential work-integrated learning, innovative grassroots research and catalysing social impact across Australia.

Ann also serves on both university- and industry-level committees including as elected Deputy President of the UNSW Academic Board, Vice-President of the Australasian Tax Teachers’ Association, and is a member of The Tax Institute’s NSW Technical and SME & Tax Practitioner Committees.

Conference Papers
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Kayis-Kumar A; Noone J; Lim Y; Walpole M; Breckenridge J, 2021, 'Let’s talk about tax – Identifying and supporting women experiencing economic abuse', Monash Law School, presented at The Critical Tax Symposium, Monash Law School, 15 July 2021
2021
Kayis-Kumar A; Noone J; Lim Y; Walpole M; Breckenridge J, 2021, 'Let’s talk about tax – Identifying and supporting women experiencing economic abuse', Durham University, presented at 112th Annual Conference of the Society of Legal Scholars Conference, Durham University, 31 August 2021
2021
Kayis-Kumar A; Walpole M; Noone J; Lim Y; Mackenzie G, 2020, 'Up hardship creek without a paddle? Quantifying the nation-wide unmet need for tax advice', presented at 14th International Tax Administration Conference, 07 April 2020
2020
Kayis-Kumar A; Evans C; Lim Y, 2020, 'To cap or not to cap? Policy options for dealing with the costs of managing tax affairs deduction in Australia', Hobart, presented at 32nd Australasian Tax Teachers’ Association Conference, Hobart, 22 January 2020 - 24 January 2020
2020
Kayis-Kumar A; Walpole M; Noone J; Mackenzie G; Lim Y, 2020, 'The tax advice gap – A nation-wide survey of financial counsellors', Sydney, presented at 4th Financial Inclusion Conference - Roads to Resilience, Sydney, 18 March 2020 - 19 March 2020
2020
Kayis-Kumar A; Mortimore A, 2019, 'Tax teaching implications of the 10-Second Tax Return: Educating and equipping the next generation of tax professionals', Curtin Law School, Perth, presented at 31st Australasian Tax Teachers’ Association Conference 2019, Curtin Law School, Perth, 16 January 2019 - 18 January 2019
2019
Kayis-Kumar A; Mortimore A, 2019, 'Taxation, innovation and education: Is the tax profession ready for the digital revolution', Griffith University, Brisbane, presented at Professional Futures Conference: Challenges and opportunities for 21st Century professions, Griffith University, Brisbane, 05 February 2019 - 08 February 2019
2019
Kayis-Kumar A; Taylor J, 2019, 'The application of capital gains tax to trusts: Conceptual, technical and practical issues, and a proposal for reform', Curtin Law School, Perth, presented at 31st Australasian Tax Teachers’ Association Conference 2019, Curtin Law School, Perth, 16 January 2019 - 18 January 2019
2019
Kayis-Kumar A; Mellor P; Evans C, 2019, 'Tax deductions in a changing world: Policy options for dealing with the costs of tax advice', Curtin Law School, Perth, presented at 31st Australasian Tax Teachers’ Association Conference 2019, Curtin Law School, Perth, 16 January 2019 - 18 January 2019
2019
Kayis-Kumar A, 2019, 'ATAD too late? An optimisation modelling approach to designing and evaluating cross-border anti-avoidance rules', University of Central Lancashire, presented at 28th Tax Research Network Conference, University of Central Lancashire, 09 September 2019
2019
Kayis-Kumar A, 2019, 'The Importance of Lawyers in International Tax Policy Design and Development: An Exploration and Extension of the Legal-Economic Literature', University of Oxford, presented at 8th Annual Centre for Business Taxation Doctoral Conference, University of Oxford, 19 September 2019
2019
Kayis-Kumar A, 2017, 'The importance of legal practitioners and scholars in tax policy design and development: An exploration and extension of the legal-economic literature', in The importance of legal practitioners and scholars in tax policy design and development: An exploration and extension of the legal-economic literature, 2017 Tax Policy Conference, Centre for Tax Law, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, presented at 2017 Tax Policy Conference, Centre for Tax Law, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, 11 April 2017 - 11 April 2017, https://www.ctl.law.cam.ac.uk/tax-policy-conference
2017
Taylor JJ; Kayis-Kumar A; Bain K, 2017, 'Gamifying the tax system: International tax teaching with the Play Tax simulation', in Papers presented at 29th Australasian Tax Teachers Association Conference, Masterton, New Zealand, 18th to 20th January 2017, AUSTRALASIAN TAX TEACHERS ASSOC, Masterton, New Zealand, presented at 29th Australasian Tax Teachers Association Conference, Masterton, New Zealand, 18 January 2017 - 20 January 2017, http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/gateway/Gateway.cgi?GWVersion=2&SrcApp=PARTNER_APP&SrcAuth=LinksAMR&KeyUT=WOS:000419235600007&DestLinkType=FullRecord&DestApp=ALL_WOS&UsrCustomerID=891bb5ab6ba270e68a
2017
Kayis-Kumar A, 2017, 'Socio-political challenges to taxing multinationals: Do corporate tax cuts benefit the home jurisdiction?', in Socio-political challenges to taxing multinationals: Do corporate tax cuts benefit the home jurisdiction?, 29th Australasian Tax Teachers' Association Conference, Masterton, New Zealand, presented at 29th Australasian Tax Teachers' Association Conference, Masterton, New Zealand, 18 January 2017 - 20 January 2017
2017
Kayis-Kumar A, 2016, 'Making the invisible visible: Simulating MNEs' behavioural responses to the UK's interest limitation rules in the post-BEPS era', in Making the invisible visible: Simulating MNEs' behavioural responses to the UK's interest limitation rules in the post-BEPS era, Tax Research Network Conference, Roehampton University, London, presented at Tax Research Network Conference, Roehampton University, London, 31 August 2016 - 02 September 2016
2016
Kayis-Kumar A, 2016, 'A multinational multiverse: Simulating tax-optimal intercompany funding structures', in A multinational multiverse: Simulating tax-optimal intercompany funding structures, 28th Australasian Tax Teachers' Association Conference, Sydney, Australia, presented at 28th Australasian Tax Teachers' Association Conference, Sydney, Australia, 20 January 2016 - 22 January 2016
2016
Kayis-Kumar A, 2016, 'What’s BEPS got to do with it? Exploring the effectiveness of thin capitalisation rules', in eJournal of Tax Research, Sydney, Australia, pp. 359 - 386, presented at 12th International Conference on Tax Administration, Sydney, Australia, 31 March 2016 - 01 April 2016
2016
Kayis-Kumar A, 2015, 'Taxing Multinationals: Preventing tax base erosion through the reform of cross-border intercompany deductions', in Taxing Multinationals: Preventing tax base erosion through the reform of cross-border intercompany deductions, East Meets West Research Workshop, UNSW Business School, UNSW Australia, presented at East Meets West Research Workshop, UNSW Business School, UNSW Australia, 21 October 2015 - 21 October 2015
2015
Kayis-Kumar A, 2015, 'Taxing cross-border intercompany rents: An alternative to the arm's length standard', in Taxing cross-border intercompany rents: An alternative to the arm's length standard, Tax Research Network Conference, Hull, East Yorkshire, presented at Tax Research Network Conference, Hull, East Yorkshire, 08 September 2015 - 10 September 2015
2015
Kayis-Kumar A, 2015, 'Do thin capitalisation rules address the cross-border debt bias?', in Tretola J; Carbone D (ed.), Do thin capitalisation rules address the cross-border debt bias?, 27th Australasian Tax Teachers' Association Conference, Adelaide, presented at 27th Australasian Tax Teachers' Association Conference, Adelaide, 19 January 2015 - 21 January 2015
2015
Kayis-Kumar A, 2014, 'Political Challenges to Implementing and Sustaining Fundamental Reform: A Comparative Case Study Analysis of ACE in Practice', in Political Challenges to Implementing and Sustaining Fundamental Reform: A Comparative Case Study Analysis of ACE in Practice, 26th Australasian Tax Teachers' Association Conference, Brisbane, presented at 26th Australasian Tax Teachers' Association Conference, Brisbane, 20 January 2014 - 22 January 2014
2014
Book Chapters
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Kayis-Kumar A; Taylor J; Walpole M, 2021, 'The Australian Experience of GAAR - Not a Silver Bullet, But a Bullet Nonetheless', in Butani M; Jain T (ed.), General Anti-Avoidance Rules: The Final Tax Frontier?, Thomson Reuters, pp. 1059 - 1088
2021
Journal articles
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O'Rourke K; Kayis-Kumar A; Walpole M, 2021, 'Serious Hardship Relief: In Need of a Serious Rethink?', The Sydney Law Review, vol. 43, pp. 1 - 42, http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/viewdb/au/journals/SydLawRw/
2021
Oguttu A; Kayis-Kumar A, 2020, 'Curtailing aggressive tax planning: The case for introducing mandatory disclosure rules in Australia – Cues from the United Kingdom and South Africa for effective Design Features (Part 2)', eJournal of Tax Research, vol. 17, pp. 233 - 257, https://www.business.unsw.edu.au/research-site/publications-site/ejournaloftaxresearch-site/Documents/Curtailing-aggressive-tax-planning.pdf
2020
Kayis-Kumar A; Mackenzie G; Walpole M, 2020, 'Interprofessional Collaborative Practice In Pro Bono Tax Clinics: A Case Study Approach', Journal of Australian Taxation, vol. 22, pp. 49 - 49, https://www.jausttax.com.au/Articles_Free/JAT%20Volume%2022%20Issue%202%20-%20UNSW%20Tax%20Clinic.pdf
2020
Kayis-Kumar A; Evans C; Lim Y, 2020, 'To cap or not to cap? Policy options for dealing with the costs of managing tax affairs deduction in Australia', Australian Tax Forum: a journal of taxation policy, law and reform, vol. 35, pp. 143 - 170, https://search.informit.org/doi/epdf/10.3316/informit.255532586461407
2020
Kayis-Kumar A; Noone J; Martin F; Walpole M, 2020, 'Pro Bono Tax Clinics: An international comparison and framework for evidence-based evaluation', Australian Tax Review, vol. 49, pp. 110 - 132, https://www.westlaw.com.au/maf/wlau/app/blob?blobguid=I9a8f8d87f1c211ea99dafba9e329f6c2&file=LAWREP-049-ATREV-JL-0110.pdf
2020
Kayis-Kumar A; Evans C; Mellor P, 2019, 'The Deductibility of Tax-related Expenses: Historical and Comparative Perspectives', Australian Tax Review, vol. 48, pp. 100 - 116, https://www.westlaw.com.au/maf/wlau/app/document?docguid=I21724460c4cc11e98d34858489f4be61&isTocNav=true&tocDs=AUNZ_AU_JOURNALS_TOC&startChunk=1&endChunk=1
2019
Kayis-Kumar A, 2019, 'Doing the BEPS we can? Addressing distortions in the cross-border intercompany setting', Australian Tax Review, vol. 48, pp. 117 - 138
2019
Kayis-Kumar A, 2019, 'The importance of lawyers in international tax policy design and development: An exploration and extension of the legal-economic literature', University of New South Wales Law Journal, vol. 42
2019
Kayis-Kumar A, 2019, 'Simulating Tax-Minimization Strategies of Multinationals: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Changes in the United Kingdom’s Corporate Interest Deductibility Rule', World Tax Journal, vol. 11, pp. 121 - 155
2019
Kayis-Kumar A; Oguttu A, 2019, 'Curtailing aggressive tax planning: The case for introducing mandatory disclosure rules in Australia (Part 1)', eJournal of Tax Research, vol. 17, pp. 83 - 104, https://search.proquest.com/docview/2383801984/fulltextPDF/59B0A76CB2D441E1PQ/1?accountid=12763
2019
Kayis-Kumar A, 2018, 'Implementing corporate tax cuts at the expense of neutrality? A legal and optimisation analysis of fundamental reform in practice', eJournal of Tax Research, vol. 16, pp. 201 - 235
2018
Taylor JJ; Kayis-Kumar A; Bain K, 2017, 'PlayTax: 'Gamifying' International Tax Teaching', Journal of the Australasian Tax Teachers Association, vol. 12, pp. 110 - 135, https://www.business.unsw.edu.au/About-Site/Schools-Site/Taxation-Business-Law-Site/jattavolumes/JATTA-No-12-Dec-2017.pdf
2017
Kayis-Kumar A, 2016, 'OECD's Fixed Ratio Rule more effective than thin cap?', Thomson Reuters Weekly Tax Bulletin, pp. 1193 - 1193
2016
Kayis-Kumar A, 2016, 'Navigating BEPS – OECD's Action 4', Thomson Reuters ASEAN Tax Bulletin, pp. 18 - 18
2016
Kayis-Kumar A, 2016, 'International tax planning by multinationals: Simulating a tax-minimising intercompany response to the OECD’s recommendation on BEPS Action 4', Australian Tax Forum: a journal of taxation policy, law and reform, vol. 31, pp. 363 - 394, http://ssrn.com/abstract=2805805
2016
Kayis-Kumar A, 2016, 'What’s BEPS got to do with it? Exploring the effectiveness of thin capitalisation rules', eJournal of Tax Research, vol. 14, pp. 359 - 386, https://search.proquest.com/docview/1858088109?accountid=12763
2016
Kayis-Kumar A, 2015, 'Taxing cross-border intercompany transactions: Are financing activities fungible?', Australian Tax Forum: a journal of taxation policy, law and reform, vol. 30, pp. 627 - 661, http://ssrn.com/abstract=2666323
2015
Kayis-Kumar A, 2015, 'Thin capitalisation rules: A second-best solution to the cross-border debt bias?', Australian Tax Forum: a journal of taxation policy, law and reform, vol. 30, pp. 299 - 355, http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2636645
2015
Conference Presentations
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Kayis-Kumar A; Deady M; Noone J; Walpole M; Harvey S; Mackenzie G; Lim Y, 2020, 'Can free tax clinics improve mental health in rural/regional NSW?', presented at Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium, 26 October 2020
2020
Kayis-Kumar A, 2020, 'Where do we go from here? Taxing ‘super-profits’ in a post-COVID world', presented at Centre for Law, Markets and Regulation Research Symposium, UNSW Sydney, 06 July 2020 - 10 July 2020
2020
Martin F; Manwaring K; Bain K; Connor M; Murray W, 2019, 'Legal Education in a Business School: Taking Law Beyond the Lawyers', presented at Legal Education Research Conference, UNSW Faculty of Law, 27 November 2019 - 28 November 2019
2019
Manwaring K; Bain K; Connor M; Kayis-Kumar A; Martin F; Murray W, 2019, 'Legal education in a Business School: taking law beyond the lawyers', presented at UNSW Law Legal Education Research Conference, UNSW Kensington, 27 November 2019 - 28 November 2019
2019
Kayis-Kumar A, 2015, 'My 3MT Journey', presented at UNSW Business School's 2015 HDR Retreat, Sydney, 13 March 2015 - 13 March 2015
2015
Conference Posters
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Kayis-Kumar A; Walpole M; Mackenzie G, 2020, 'UNSW Tax Clinic - ATTA Poster', Hobart, presented at 32nd Australasian Tax Teachers’ Association Conference, Hobart, 22 January 2020
2020
Other
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Kayis-Kumar A; Walpole M; Mackenzie G, 2020, UNSW Tax Clinic – Submission on Insolvency Practices Inquiry Discussion Paper
2020
Kayis-Kumar A; Walpole M; Mackenzie G, 2019, UNSW Tax Clinic – Submission on Corporate Plan for the Inspector-General of Taxation and Taxation Ombudsman
2019
Kayis-Kumar A; Walpole M; Mackenzie G, 2019, UNSW Tax Clinic Submission – Review of the Tax Practitioners Board
2019
Books
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Kayis-Kumar A, 2019, Taxing Multinationals: Preventing tax base erosion through the reform of cross-border intercompany deductions, Oxford University Press, https://global.oup.com/academic/product/taxing-multinationals-9780190319311?cc=ua&lang=en
2019
Evans C; Kayis-Kumar A; Russell T, 2019, Australian CGT Handbook 2019-20, Thomson Reuters, Pyrmont NSW
2019
Evans C; Kayis-Kumar A; Russell T, 2018, Australian CGT Handbook 2018-19, Thomson Reuter, Sydney
2018
Cooper G ; Evans C; Kayis-Kumar A, 2017, Australian CGT Handbook 2017-18, 9th, Thomson Reuters, Sydney
2017
Cooper GS; Evans C; Kayis-Kumar A, 2017, Australian CGT Handbook 2017-18, 8th edition (online update), Thomson Reuters, Sydney
2017
Theses / Dissertations
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Kayis-Kumar A, 2017, Taxing multinationals: preventing tax base erosion through the reform of cross-border intercompany deductions, http://www.unsworks.unsw.edu.au/primo_library/libweb/action/dlDisplay.do?vid=UNSWORKS&docId=unsworks_43449
2017
Working Papers
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Kayis-Kumar A, 2015, Taxing multinationals' cross-border intercompany activities: Political challenges to improving the efficiency of reforms, http://dx.doi.org
2015
  • AACSB International's Innovations The Inspire Award (2021)
  • UNSW Business School's Social Engagement: UN Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) Award (2020) 
  • UNSW Business School Dean's Emerging Leadership Award (2019)
  • UNSW Business School's John Prescott Award for Outstanding Teaching Innovation (2018)
  • Best Teaching Paper, Australasian Tax Teachers Association Conference (2017)
  • Graham Hill IFA Research Prize (Fully paid participation in the IFA Congress and Poster Program in Seoul, Korea) (2017)
  • UNSW Learning and Teaching Forum: Favourite Forum Poster (2016)
  • UNSW Business School Dean’s Award for Service (2016)
  • UNSW Business School Student Research Fair: Best Higher Degree Research Poster (2015)
  • UNSW Business School 3MT Faculty Heat: Winner; and, UNSW Interfaculty 3MT Final: Highly Commended (2014)
  • University of Sydney Business School Dean’s Citation for Tutoring (2013, 2014)
  • Australian Human Rights Institute Seed Funds Grant 2021 - Lead Investigator on the project entitled “Let’s talk about tax – Identifying and supporting women experiencing economic abuse” ($9,986)
  • NSW Government’s NSW Women’s Week Grant 2021 - Chief Investigator on the project entitled “Improving financial wellbeing, financial literacy, and mental health outcomes for financially vulnerable women in NSW” ($5,000)
  • Australian Government’s Australian Taxation Office National Tax Clinic Program 2021 - Chief Investigator ($100,000)
  • Australian Government’s Australian Taxation Office National Tax Clinic Program 2020 - Chief Investigator ($100,000)
  • Health@Business and UNSW Medicine Collaboration Seed Funds Grant 2020 - Chief Investigator on the project entitled "Improving mental health outcomes for small businesses in financial distress" ($14,700)
  • CSI Business School Research Grant 2019 - Chief Investigator on the project entitled “UNSW Tax Clinic and Beyond” ($10,000)
  • UNSW Business School Linkage Research Seed Funding 2019 - Co-Chief Investigator on the project entitled “Counting the costs of tax advice: Value added or added burden?” ($23,000)
  • Australian Government’s Australian Taxation Office National Tax Clinic Pilot 2019 - Co-Chief Investigator 1 ($100,000)
  • UNSW Business School Breakthrough Research Grant 2019 - Co-Chief Investigator 1 on the project entitled “Tax Clinic” ($80,000)
  • UNSW Business School Special Research Grant 2018 - Chief Investigator on a SRG entitled “Reforming the Cost of Managing Tax Affairs Deduction: A Framework for Balancing Equity, Efficiency and Integrity” ($10,000)
  • UNSW Business School Special Research Grant 2017 - Chief Investigator on a SRG entitled “Making the Invisible Visible: Modelling Corporate Structure Decisions of a Tax-minimising Multinational” ($9,246)
  • Law Faculty Learning and Teaching Grant 2017 - Chief Investigator on an L&T Grant entitled “PlayTaxLaw: Teaching International Tax Law with Gamification and Adaptive Feedback” ($4,950)

Ann's research conceptualises tax as a mechanism to achieve social justice across the taxpaying spectrum, ranging from improving the integrity of taxing multinationals to improving the wellbeing of financially vulnerable individuals and small businesses. This has significance and practical application across academia, the profession and government both domestically and internationally.

Kayis-Kumar A; Oguttu A, 2019, Australia’s tax office can use global data leaks to pursue multinationals, High Court rules, https://theconversation.com/australias-tax-office-can-use-global-data-leaks-to-pursue-multinationals-high-court-rules-116972
2019

[SBS News] How coronavirus will affect your Australian tax return this year (1 July 2020)

01/07/2020

[SBS World News Radio] How is COVID-19 going to affect your tax return this year? (1 July 2020)

01/07/2020

[Yahoo Finance Australia] The quickest way to get your tax return back (27 June 2020)

27/06/2020

[UNSW Newsroom] Why Australia's unfair tax system needs an overhaul (26 June 2020)

26/06/2020

[UNSW Business Think] Should there be a cap on tax advice deductions? (24 June 2020)

24/06/2020

[Yahoo Finance Australia] ëIt will biteí: Ominous JobSeeker tax warning (20 June 2020)

20/06/2020

ANN KAYIS-KUMAR - TAX HELP FOR SOLE TRADERS

19/06/2020

The tax advice gap for the most financially vulnerable

19/06/2020

Tax time 2020: How do you know if you need a tax agent?

18/06/2020

[Power to Persuade Blog] Performers and sole traders find it hard to get JobKeeper in part because they get behind on their paperwork (27 May 2020)

27/05/2020

[UNSW Newsroom] Performers and sole traders find it hard to get JobKeeper in part because they get behind on their paperwork (26 May 2020)

26/05/2020

[The Conversation] Performers and sole traders find it hard to get JobKeeper in part because they get behind on their paperwork (25 May 2020)

25/05/2020

[UNSW Newsroom] Tips on how to get tax fit prior to filing your tax return (29 April 2020)

29/04/2020

[Accountants Daily] Big four steps up with ëlargest pro bonoí tax offering amid COVID-19 (28 April 2020)

28/04/2020

[UNSW Newsroom] Tax help for businesses and individuals affected by COVID-19 (27 April 2020)

27/04/2020

[ABC Radio] UNSW Tax Clinic is ready to help bushfire- affected communities (16 January 2020)

16/01/2020

[Austaxpolicy Blog] National Tax Clinic Program Awarded Further Funding (10 January 2020)

10/01/2020

[Wesley Mission News] Changing lives, one tax return at a time (14 October 2019)

14/10/2019

[Power to Persuade Blog] How a free tax clinic is rescuing the overwhelmed (8 October 2019)

08/10/2019

[UNSW BusinessThink] How a free tax clinic is rescuing the overwhelmed (4 October 2019)

04/10/2019

[Austaxpolicy Blog] Measuring the Social Impact of University-Based Pro Bono Tax Clinics: Co-Creating a Framework for Evidence-Based Evaluation (3 September 2019)

03/09/2019

[The Conversation] Australiaís tax office can use global data leaks to pursue multinationals, High Court rules (14 August 2019)

14/08/2019

[Inside UNSW] UNSW launches Tax Clinic to help vulnerable taxpayers (27 June 2019)

27/06/2019

[UNSW Newsroom] UNSW launches Tax Clinic to help vulnerable taxpayers (7 June 2019)

07/06/2019

[UNSW Newsroom] Capital gains tax needs to be simpler and fairer (14 May 2019)

14/05/2019

[UNSW Newsroom] The uneven benefit of negative gearing (8 May 2019)

08/05/2019

[Austaxpolicy Budget Forum 2019] Refundable Franking Credits: Why Reform Is Needed (and Why It Should Be Targeted) ñ Part 2 (24 April 2019)

24/04/2019

[Austaxpolicy Budget Forum 2019] Refundable Franking Credits: Why Reform Is Needed (and Why It Should Be Targeted) ñ Part 1 (24 April 2019)

24/04/2019

[Austaxpolicy Budget Forum 2019] ìAll Without Increasing Taxesî? A Closer Look at Treasurer Frydenbergís Refrain Repeated Eight Times in His Budget Speech (18 April 2019)

18/04/2019

[Austaxpolicy Blog] Are Tax Cuts Just Not Cutting It? Improving the Efficiency of the Corporate Tax System (11 December 2018)

11/12/2018

[Austaxpolicy Blog] Navigating BEPS: Simulating a ëTax-Minimisingí Multinationalís Responses to Existing and Proposed Thin Capitalisation Regimes (16 August 2016)

16/08/2016
Kayis-Kumar A; Martin F; Noone J; Walpole M, 2020, Performers and sole traders find it hard to get JobKeeper in part because they are behind on their paperwork
2020

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