School of Taxation & Business Law - B. Arts (Psychology) & Law, UNSW; Admitted Solicitor NSW Supreme Court; DPM Exec. Program, AGSM; Grad. Dip. Corporate Management at Associate (ACIM), Institute of Corporate Managers, Secretaries and Associates
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It’s no surprise that NSW is touting changes to the rate and scope of the Goods and Services Tax amid the financial crisis triggered by coronavirus – but this could adversely impact lower-income households, says UNSW Business School's Jennie Granger
There are a number of tax policy reforms that could be deployed to promote business investment, generate economic growth and create jobs in the wake of COVID-19, according to UNSW Business School's Jennie Granger
How do you revamp an organisation such as the tax office? Jennie Granger, a Professor of Practice in the school of taxation & business law at UNSW Business School, spent five years as a commissioner and director general at Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs in the UK where she led a transformation and doubled compliance revenues. She spoke with Julian Lorkin for BusinessThink.