Breaking: Labor to support tax cuts for small business

Labor leader Bill Shorten has announced the party will throw its weight behind the Coalition’s move to slash company tax rates for small and medium-sized businesses.

The support will fast-track the tax break which was expected to be phased in by 2026-27. With Labor’s support, the tax relief could come into effect five years earlier than expected.

The proposed legislation means companies with annual turnovers of $50 million or less will have their tax rates cut to 25 per cent in 2021.

The legislation is expected to be introduced to Parliament next week.

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Cec is the managing editor of KBB. She is a multimedia professional with over fifteen years experience as an editor on titles as diverse as SX, CULT, Better Pictures, Total Rock, MTV, fasterlouder, mynikonlife and Fantastic Living. She has spent the past four years working as a news journalist covering all the issues that matter in the political, health and LGBTIQ arena. She is the Head of Content at Pinstripe Media and a recent convert to the world of small business.

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