In the 2016-17 Budget, the SA State Government announced the introduction of a wagering tax of 15% on the net revenue made by bookies’ from bets made in SA, effective from 1 July 2017. SACOSS supports the proposed wagering tax because it is fair and will ensure that revenue from South Australian betting is taxed in South Australia, and the money raised can be directed to services for South Australians.
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Fact Sheet: SA's Proposed Wagering Tax
Fact Sheet: Gambling Tax Winners and Losers
SACOSS has produced fact sheets on gambling taxes using information from the SACOSS Report Losing the Jackpot: South Australia’s Gambling Taxes. Last year gambling taxes in SA raised $388m - which constituted 9% of state revenue and helped fund vital services like hospitals, schools, roads and police.
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Fact Sheet: Declining Gambling Tax Revenue
SACOSS has produced fact sheets on gambling taxes using information from the SACOSS Report Losing the Jackpot: South Australia’s Gambling Taxes. The past decade has seen a big drop in gambling tax revenue. This has created a $111m p.a. hole in the SA state budget.
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Fact Sheet: Sports Betting and Online Gambling
SACOSS has produced fact sheets on gambling taxes using information from the SACOSS Report Losing the Jackpot: South Australia’s Gambling Taxes. It is illegal to provide online gaming (pokies and casino-type games) in Australia, but online lotteries and betting on races, sports and events are legal.
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Fact Sheet: Charities Reporting and Fundraising Red Tape Reduction
A quick summary of the South Australian Statutes Amendment (Commonwealth Registered Entities) Bill which was passed by parliament on 24 May 2016. The new law reduces red tape for charities by removing reporting requirements for charities registered with the ACNC to report separately to the state government or to hold an SA fundraising licence.
Fact Sheet: GST Changes and South Australia
A quick analysis of the figures which show why proposed GST changes may be a bad deal for South Australian households, and for low income households in particular.
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The South Australian Gas Market Consumer Factsheet 2014
An overview of the gas market, supply chain, prices and implications for South Australian consumers
Fact Sheet: Food Costs 2014
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Petrol Prices and the Impact on Different Household Budgets
With recent Federal Budget debate in the media focusing on petrol prices and the impact of petrol excise duties, SACOSS went back to the definitive ABS data in the Household Expenditure Survey to identify who would be most impacted by petrol price rises.
Fact Sheet: Energy Efficient Housing
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