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House Standing Committee on Economics

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Tax Laws Amendment (2011 Measures No. 8) Bill 2011 and the Pay As You Go Withholding Non-compliance Tax Bill 2011

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The Committee encourages submissions to its inquiry from a wide range of individuals and organisations. While we prefer submissions lodged in an original, electronic format, we do not want to exclude contributors who do not have access to computing facilities. Therefore, we will accept submissions in a range of formats which may include typewritten and handwritten documents.

Submissions to this inquiry are listed below in Portable Document Format (PDF). If an alternative format (ie, hard copy or large print) is required, please contact the Committee Secretariat. More submissions will be added to the list when they are received and authorised for publication.

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There is currently a total of 14 submissions in the following list:

  1. Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association

  2. Business Council of Australia

  3. Law Council of Australia

  4. Tax Institute

  5. The Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia Limited

  6. Australian Manufacturer’s Worker’s Union

  7. Esso (ExxonMobil Australia)

  8. Australian Institute of Company Directors

  9. Housing Industry Association Ltd

  10. The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia

  11. Corporate Tax Association

  12. Jones Partners Insolvency & Business Recovery Chartered Accounting

  13. Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

  14. Insolvency Practitioners Association

  15. Confidential

  16. Textile Clothing & Footwear Union of Australia

  17. The Treasury

    Supplementary to submission 17:

           17.1 The Treasury

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