by Lisa Martin, The Guardian
Some of the biggest family-owned aged care companies in Australia have been accused of using complex corporate structures to minimise their tax bill.
A new report from the Tax Justice Network Australia and the Centre for International Corporate Tax Accountability & Research has been submitted to the aged care royal commission. It highlights concerns about “aggressive tax minimisation strategies”.
The report examines TriCare, Arcare, Aegis, McKenzie, Hall & Prior, and Thompson.