The Rudd Government announced an increase in the luxury car tax, from 25 to 33 per cent, in its first budget in May and even though the legislation hasn't passed through the senate, the higher amount is already being collected.
The move sparked much outcry, with the car industry claiming the $57,123 threshold that defines a luxury car for tax purposes is too low.So to promote further debate of this important topic, Drive has gathered together four tax
The Sydney Morning Herald, July 21, 2008
The focus of the story is NOT the cars, but a small part of a sentence that is highlighted in RED.
A very important piece of information. This falls under the section / legal ruling of GOVERNMENT FRAUD. Will the ACCC (a guppyment body) investigate itself and give itself a FINE ??? !!! No Einsteins necessary to answer this question.
The Law Makers make their OWN rules and the plebs are powerless.