The Australian Government is to hold a Tax Forum at Parliament House in Canberra on Tuesday October 4 and Wednesday October 5, to be attended by around 150 representatives of community groups, businesses, unions, and governments, as well as academics and tax practitioners.

The forum will focus on the government’s tax reform agenda which aims to strengthen and broaden the economy, and maximise the opportunities of the mining boom by cutting small business taxes, boosting super and building more regional infrastructure.

It will address issues raised in Australia's Future Tax System (AFTS) Review, released  last year, with sessions to discuss personal tax, transfer payments, business tax, state taxes, environmental and social taxes, and system governance.

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