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The Henry Report implicitly maintains the myth that wealth is the product of past labour income combined with a propensity for saving, and such propensity should receive its just reward. It advocates that most capital incomes continue to be lightly taxed.
 
 
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Jun. 30, 2010 9:11 am by David Ingles
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Dr David Ingles received his PhD in public policy from the Australian National University in 2001. He has a Masters degree in economics fro

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The Henry Tax Report and Capital Income Taxation

The Henry Report implicitly maintains the myth that wealth is the product of past labour income combined with a propensity for saving, and such propensity should receive its just reward. It advocates that most capital incomes continue to be lightly taxed.

 
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