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Which companies paid the most – and least – tax in Australia

  • Published on: Dec 07, 2017 - 7:55 PM
  • Source: The Guardian

The Australian Tax Office (ATO) has released tax and income details for 2,043 entities operating in Australia. These entities were either Australian public companies and multinationals with an income of more than $100m, or Australian-owned resident private entities with total income of $200m or more. They have a total tax payable of $38.2bn, down $3.6bn on the previous year. You can search by company name, or sort using the column headings. Reasons why a company might not have to pay tax are explained in detail by the ATO here. Download the data here. Continue reading...

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