Tax 2025

Tax 2025 provides some perspective on what lies ahead for Australia. By focusing on 2025, the discussion paper considers how changes in behaviours, the economy and technology are likely to impact the future of Australia’s tax system.

KPMG takes an optimistic view about the future and humanity, despite raising awareness around the many issues and changes that Australia needs to prepare for. Whatever one's attitude to the future, thinking about it provides the positive environment for agility and flexibility that we all need in our businesses and careers. The overall goal is to envisage what the practice of tax will be like in 2025.

Tax 2025: People, the economy and the future of tax

KPMG looks ahead to 2025 to consider how changes in behaviours, the economy and technology are likely to impact the future of Australia’s tax system.

 
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David Linke

David leads the Tax practice locally and advises some of the country's largest corporates.

 
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The future tax base – a broader approach

KPMG looks at where Australia’s tax base will come from in 2025.

 
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Long life, more work: but it’s not a bad thing

We explore how Australia can shift its approach to tax to avoid generational inequity.

 
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A picture of urban and regional divide

A look at city versus rural living in the future, and the potential impact on tax.

 
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Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS)

Are companies paying their 'fair share' of tax? KPMG addresses the BEPS debate.

 
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Tax Technology and Innovation

KPMG's Tax Technology and Innovation Group helps automate tax processes for efficiency.

 
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Tax Advisory Services

KPMG’s understanding of tax governance and specialist skills helps our clients.

 
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