By Daniel McTaggart, The Age article More than half of Australian households are not paying income tax, according to a new report by the Australian Taxation Office.
This means many people are paying more tax than they are receiving.
In an era of rising inequality, Australians are paying even more tax.
But how does this work?
The ABC’s National Income and Product Accounts podcast investigates the issue.
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