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How would the income tax reductions be structured?
I think that if a persons first $400-$500 per week was tax free, that would give low income people, beneficiaries and pensioners the extra money to pay a levy type tax on an average house, and would also provide an average wage earner with a similar break
Official response from completed
That is up to the government of the day but the idea is to distribute the reductions to make 80% better off.
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