Pigs at the trough – Revenues of $5billion or yearly cost of 9.5 million pensioners – Can’t afford to pay tax!

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The Myth in the Desert
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Prime Minister Turnbull is pushing Tax Breaks for the Big End Of Town

Why?

The following corporations while generating revenues of almost $5billion dollars have decided that the Australian Taxpayers should subsidise their Management Fees, Directors Salaries and Asset purchases. Almost the entire cost of our welfare system goes into the accounts of multinationals and the rest of the corporate tax dodgers. Well done Scott Morrison

What is particularly galling is the list is headed by QANTAS.

Next at the top of the list are the Tax Minimisers – the very energy companies who have single-handedly decimated Australia through chasing windfall profits at the expense of domestic and commercial gas consumers.

 

Revenues of almost $5billion dollars yet can not pay their fair share of taxes!


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