Taxes are complicated, and in a way, the government has it backwards.
It needs to get out of the way, to let the people decide for themselves.
It is time for the Government to step up to the plate and start taking responsibility for what is going on in the economy.
It’s time for government to make decisions on the basis of data.
That data is the best evidence available.
That’s why the GST has been implemented, it’s why we’re taking tax and charging.
It’s time to let people decide what’s right for them and their families.
There is also the matter of people paying for services.
The people that do pay for the things that the government provides, I am very happy with the way that they pay for it, I think it’s very good, but I am also very disappointed because of the complexity of the GST.
As someone who’s done a lot of work on GST and who has done a good job of understanding how the GST works, I have to say I think the government is being very, very, unnecessarily cautious in terms of its implementation.
They’re trying to get the GST right, but the way they are trying to do that is not very, I guess, predictable.
This is not an isolated incident.
This is just one example.
There’s a very interesting report out from the National Audit Office that looks at what the GST is actually costing the government.
They found that the cost of the tax has risen from $0.3 billion to $1.5 billion.
They also found that in the year ending December 31, 2016, the cost per GST dollar rose from $6,100 to $12,500.
So, in terms, this is $2,500 per person.
It doesn’t look good, right?
It’s $1,500 less than what we were paying for our electricity, our water and our transport.
The National Audit office report, The Government’s Taxing The Australian Economy, said the government’s approach of using the GST to lower income tax rates was making it difficult to measure the costs of its policies.
They found that although the revenue impact of the change to the GST system is positive, there is a very significant cost to taxpayers in terms the changes to their income tax liabilities.
And the report also found the increased costs have had a significant negative impact on other revenue streams, including the Commonwealth’s budget.
So, if the Government has been going out of its way to hide the fact that the GST was causing a lot more revenue problems than it was helping with, the Government should start looking at how the costs are being offset and how the revenue is being generated.
What do you think about the way the government treats taxpayers?
Do you think it is making a mistake by taxing them?
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