Tax: who, what, how and why
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Task A2.1 Types of taxes: income tax
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Task A2.1 Types of taxes: company tax
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Task A2.1 Types of taxes: regressive tax
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Task A2.2 Types of taxes revisited: what's fair?
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Task A2.3 Types of taxes: what's fair?
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  • Fact 7

    Australia’s only armed rebellion, at Eureka in October 1854, was over the high cost of a goldmining licence. If a miner did not have a licence on them, they were arrested and the arresting policeman received half the fine.

Higher education contribution scheme (HECS)

A system that supplemented funding of the Australian education system. It was incorporated with other loans into the Higher education loan program (HELP) on 1 January 2005.

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