Henry suggests GPS for street tax
By Josh Taylor, ZDNet Australia, May 3, 2010. "... As part of his review into the Australian taxation system released on Sunday, Treasury Secretary Dr Ken Henry said that GPS technology could be used to charge road users a congestion tax in Australia's major cities..."
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Australia's Future Tax System: Final report: Overview
Treasury, 2010. "The breadth of this Review, spanning taxes and transfers at all levels of government, has provided a unique opportunity to consider how Australia can best structure its tax and transfer system to anticipate and respond to these challenges and opportunities. Policy settings that support economic growth and structural change will ensure that the living standards of Australians continue to rise and that they can continue to live in a society that supports the needy, is fair, enables social advancement and values the environment. Maintaining strong growth will require increased workforce participation, higher levels of capital per worker and support for entrepreneurial creativity and skill formation..."
Australian Government Response to the Henry Tax Review
Stronger - Fairer - Simpler: a tax plan for our future. Treasury. The Australian Federal governments response to the Henry Tax Review will implement a Resource Super Profits tax to the profits earned from resources that are owned by all Australians, and use it to: generate more superannuation savings for working families; lower tax for all companies, especially small businesses; and invest in our future infrastructure needs, particularly for mining states...