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Tax base reform needed first before a universal basic income

Reforming the tax base could generate about $8-9 billion in extra taxes, The Big Kahuna co-author Susan Guthrie says. With special feature audio.

Jenny Ruth
Tue, 12 Apr 2016

A universal minimum income scheme to replace the welfare system would have to be preceded by tax reform and would also need to be phased in over a very long timeframe, economist Susan Guthrie says.

The Labour Party is looking at the concept, which it may adopt as one of its policy

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Jenny Ruth
Tue, 12 Apr 2016
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