Tax cheats

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photo credit: K.erb 汪 Via Crikey E-News Kevin McCready writes: Re. “Tax Office won’t prosecute Australia’s worst tax cheat” (20 October item 1). It’s time to end the rort. The bureaucratic army, the skyscrapers and suburban front rooms full of tax accountants, the billions of hours wasted in filling out tax forms and GST schedules […]

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Hudson – Debt Creation as Wealth Creation?

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photo credit: TravisTruman Listen to Professor Michael Hudson on this Renegade Economists podcast exclusive as he takes us through the devolution of neo-liberalism and into the tollbooth economy. Hudson gives perspectives on the Oz economy and banking dominance. Usually it takes 2 listens to keep up with the good professor! We’re looking forward to putting […]

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Hudson on Late Night Live

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photo credit: principia aesthetica Following Professor Hudson’s excellent interview on Phillip Adams last evening, have a listen to their fast paced conversation here.* Over the next 3 nights in Melbourne, Prof Hudson will be discussing in detail: Wed Oct 14th – Lifting the Lid on the GFC, 6.30pm, with Steve Keen and Bryan Kavanagh – […]

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New Look Progress Magazine

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The new look Progress Magazine, 105 years young, is hitting mailboxes around the country. Get a trial subscription to keep abreast of the frontiers of privatisation and the blowback we are applying. The September edition includes a Hudson special, with leading intellect Dan Sullivan providing insights on the core issues re privilege on land, resources […]

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The Economy in Palliative Care

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photo credit: movimente David Smiley (To palliate: to relieve a disease without curing) David Smiley analyses the debate started by Kevin Rudd’s essay entitled ‘The Global Financial Crisis’. While the world’s experts are arguing about how to relieve the pain of recession, few are diagnosing its fundamental cause and fewer still are prescribing a fundamental […]

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RBA Policy Matrix

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photo credit: DerGuy82 The Reserve Bank of Australia’s monetary policy objective is to encourage: (a) the stability of the currency of Australia; (b) the maintenance of full employment in Australia; and (c) the economic prosperity and welfare of the people of Australia. However, in light of the strong statements made yesterday in Reserve warns on […]

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