In 1936, at the request of the Australian Wool Growers Council, a wool tax was imposed to help the production of wool and to extend the use of wool throughout the world. It was levied at 6d (about 5c) per bale on all sales of shorn wool produced in Australia.
About the Tax, Super + You competition
The Tax, Super + You competition invites high school students in Year 7 - 12 to pitch creative ideas on how to encourage their friends to understand the value of tax and super in the community. The competition supports learning outcomes in key subject areas and is a fun and exciting way to learn about tax and super. There are also cash prizes for students and their school.
Stay tuned to the Tax, Super + You website for news about the 2019 competition.
You can also see competition prize winners from previous years here.
A document that a financial service provider must give to an individual when they recommend or sell a financial product. It must include the risks, benefits, key features, fees, commissions and complaint-handling processes.read more glossary terms