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Why you’re probably paying more than 50 per cent of your income in tax

10 December 2019

5:00 AM

10 December 2019

5:00 AM

The government may not know how to build a working national broadband network, but they do know how to covertly collect ever more money from Australians. This July, taxpayers will begin paying an extra $7.10 each month to the government for their internet. Because someone needs to pay for that $51billion NBN mess.  

Unfortunately, the internet tax is just the bow on top of a very large tax package.

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