If We as Citizens of Australia Are Excluded From Using Public Services Such Hospitals, Transport, and Other (Public) Services Which Taxpayers Fund….Do I Have To Pay Tax?
By Staff Reporter
Someone asked: “If we as citizens of Australia are excluded from using public services such hospitals, transport, and other (public) services which taxpayers fund….do I have to pay tax?”
This is a good question because as I can see until further examination of the tax act, there does not appear to be a discriminatory section excluding citizens from not paying tax if they cannot use the service “you” pay for!
Please let us know if any government body is excluding you from “public” funded institutions”!!!?? Especially healthcare!!
There is a basic fundamental right to healthcare.
This could be the most egregious over reach in history.