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Alina Chopra · 2 years ago
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Vignes Waran · 3 years ago
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Dear Malcolm, Local Government own on behalf of their citizens and the nation some 11% of the nations assets but only receive some 3% of GST...why is this so - why can't the local Government sector have a amount of GST designated (with bipartisan support) and set aside each year in budgets?
Shayne Silcox · 3 years ago
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Hi Malcolm, In1995 you did mention that Negative Gearing is a fraud,why are you now not willing to remove it. 3 items that need to be taken care off to prevent people from paying their fair share of taxes. a) Negative Gearing b) Salary Sacrifice. C) Fringe Benefit Tax. Last but not least,What has happened to the Commission (Panama Papers) that you had set up in regards to the Individuals & Multinationals stashing their money in overseas Tax Havens,thereby avoiding paying taxes in Australia.
Dunstan Girton · 3 years ago
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Hi Malcolm, In1995 you did mention that Negative Gearing is a fraud,why are you now not willing to remove it. 3 items that need to be taken care off to prevent people from paying their fair share of taxes. a) Negative Gearing b) Salary Sacrifice. C) Fringe Benefit Tax. Last but not least,What has happened to the Commission (Panama Papers) that you had set up in regards to the Individuals & Multinationals stashing their money in overseas Tax Havens,thereby avoiding paying taxes in Australia.
Dunstan Girton · 3 years ago
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Hi Malcom, thank you for the forum. I am feeling dismayed that segregation is now an acceptable part of Australian society. It has become increasingly common for new arrivals to this country to reject our way of life, our values and often our laws, and instead create enclaves where they perpetuate the very behaviours that led them to leave their countries of origin, and denigrate the country they have come to. How has this been allowed to happen, and what (if anything) does your government propose to do about it?
Ingrid Crichton · 3 years ago
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Tia Broad · 4 years ago
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I'd like to know how the government are going to involve small innovative Australian companies instead of supporting the multi-national vendors who have an advantage because they have the resources to deal with the horrendous government process.
Simon Wyk · 4 years ago
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Malcolm I am worried about a few things. 1. traveling to and from Warnambool the trains are infrequent 9 times out of 10 the train carriages on the trains are non accessible for people with disabilities who book 5 days ahead of time. Which is costing the government lots of money as I have to get taxis. I hope this changes. I want everyone to be equal and I want you and all government bodies to see what struggles people with disabilities go through financially on a single pension a person like me who lives inderpently pays bills and volunteers 45 hours a week and public housing constantly going up as well as the cost of living you Tony Abbott and Joe Hockey wouldn't survive the way disadvantage people live which is sad
Simone Stevens · 4 years ago
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Hi Malcom, thank you for the forum. I am a long time LNP voter but I am feeling a little dismayed at the apparent lack of action on the issue of gay marriage. I appreciate your personal standing on the issue, and think it's great you're happy put your view forward, but what's the hold up with everyone else ? An Australian in 2015 should be free to marry whoever they like.
David Anderson · 4 years ago

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