CDP objectives within a taxation system:
The purpose of taxation is to raise funds for the purposes of Govenment including funds for collective welfare – establishing and maintaining community infrastructure – to raise, maintain, and to equipt a effective defence force – to maintain civil order via effective police force, a just court system, an effective corrective services sector, fire bragades, medical emergency services, modern education system.
To raise funds sufficient for the necessary work and responsibilities of government.
To create an adequate tax base to ensure that the burden of taxation does not fall disproportionately on lower and middle income earners.
To ensure that all offshore business transactions attract the full tax burden and to prevent any business using offshore arrangements to reduce tax burdens.
To remove current unjust and unfair disincentives for harder work, risk taking, wealth creation and innovation.
To remove the current incentives that enable tax evasion, property speculation from non-Australians, the black economy, and the ‘overseas brain drain’.
To simplify taxes so as to cut compliant costs and a full review of all the issues related to payroll and stamp duty taxes.
To have special purposes taxes to be accounted separately, audited with balances publically available demonstration expenditure purpose.
Examination of the retirement income with a view to re-establishment of the pension payments if this can be managed well and effectively with the cost burden shared across the whole of the economy.