Associate Professor Ann Kayis-Kumar is author of Taxing Multinationals (Oxford University Press, 2019) and co-author of the Australian CGT Handbook (since the 8th edition, Thomson Reuters, 2017). Ann's research conceptualises tax as a mechanism to achieve social justice across the taxpaying spectrum; ranging from improving the integrity of taxing multinationals to improving the wellbeing of financially vulnerable individuals and small businesses.
She is the Founding Director of UNSW Tax Clinic, an international award-winning platform for experiential work-integrated learning, innovative grassroots research and catalysing social impact across Australia.
Ann also serves on both university- and industry-level committees including as elected Deputy President of the UNSW Academic Board, Vice-President of the Australasian Tax Teachers’ Association, and is a member of The Tax Institute’s NSW Technical and SME & Tax Practitioner Committees.
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Tax advisers disproportionally help the wealthy minimise their taxes, write UNSW Business School's Youngdeok Lim, Ann Kayis-Kumar, and Chris Evans
Given that Australia's tax relief rules are outdated, policymakers should focus on three key points for reform, write UNSW Business School's Ann Kayis-Kumar, Kevin O'Rourke and Michael Walpole
The mental health of small business owners is suffering amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but research linking financial wellbeing and poor tax health offers vital insights to improving the outlook for SMEs, says UNSW Business School's Ann Kayis-Kumar
There is a solution to help individuals and businesses better manage the cost of tax advice – but it does not involve a cap on deductions, says UNSW Business School's Dr Ann Kayis-Kumar