Men receive ‘oversized’ benefit from major tax concessions, report says

Men receive ‘oversized’ benefit from major tax concessions, report says

The Guardian

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Superannuation has highest gender gap but concessions also favour the wealthy, thinktank says

Men capture more than two-thirds of the benefit of four tax concessions that cost the federal budget a total of $60bn a year, according to new research by The Australia Institute.

A report by the progressive thinktank, released on Monday, found that the tax treatment of superannuation in particular is turbo-charging wealth inequality in favour of men.

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