The Prosper Australia Research Institute (PARI) was granted tax deductible status in late 2014. Its’ purpose is to raise funds for research and promotion into the rising inequalities accompanying the complexity of the Australian tax system. Such analysis investigates the inefficiencies caused by a tax system penalising productive work whilst encouraging rent seeking and tax evasion.
Your support will assist our education and campaigning to reduce Australia’s 125 taxes to a leaner, fairer and more sustainable system. With only ten taxes raising 90% of all government revenue, the burden must be shifted off the productive sector. As it stands, landowners are able to monopolise the proceeds of growth. This must change to give future generations hope for the future.
PARI is administered by the Prosper Australia executive. Research grants are provided by PARI’s independent Research Committee, consisting of Leo Foley, Derek Mortimer, Dr Chris Martin (UNSW) and Karl Fitzgerald.
For further inquiry, contact Karl Fitzgerald via 03 9328 5792 or email.
The Prosper Australia Research Institute raises finance for research into the impact of economic rents on society. We need your support to counter the influence of rent-seekers dominating public policy. All donations above $2 are tax deductible.
Alternately, send one off or monthly donations via:
Prosper Australia Research Institute
Donations of $2 and over made to PARI are fully tax deductible. Please email your name and details for a receipt from PARI after payment.