The 2015 National Reform Summit was a rare opportunity to achieve a consensus on a national agenda for economic and social reform in Australia.
Australia is a wealthy country that can have an even more prosperous future shared by everyone.
We believe in sustainable economic growth and the creation of high quality jobs, with shared prosperity that improves the quality of life for all.
Groups representing Australian business, community and workers came together at KPMG on 26 August 2015 to agree actions that will help us realise our shared vision.
These groups are committed to a comprehensive programme of economic and social reform.
Paul Howes, Head of Wealth Management Advisory, provides a summary of the Retirement Incomes discussion during the National Reform Summit held on 26 August 2015.
David Linke, National Managing Partner, Tax, provides a summary on the Tax Reform Stream during the National Reform Summit held on 26 August 2015. The tax system needs to considered as a whole, a roadmap developed, changes modelled so we can achieve systemic and significant tax reform which will assist in economic growth, productivity and an increase in jobs.
Brendan Rynne, KPMG's Chief Economist, provides a summary on the Fiscal Sustainability Stream during the National Reform Summit held on 26 August 2015.
John Somerville, National Managing Partner, Advisory, provides a summary on the Productivity Stream during the National Reform Summit held on 26 August 2015.
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