myTax is fast and free – so why do 2 in 3 Australians still pay to lodge a tax return?
Ten years ago, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) created the “myTax” portal, an easy way to lodge your tax return online. There was an “e-Tax” filing option before the 2015-16 tax year, but this was quite complicated and barely better than filling out a form online.
Empowering Social Entrepreneurship and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in Vietnam through Business Talk Events
In the ever-evolving realm of higher education, institutions assume a pivotal role in disseminating the significance and relevance of social entrepreneurship and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) among the younger generations. Engaging in the development of comprehensive curricula is just one facet; however, universities can also leverage the power of business talk events as a potent platform for fostering awareness about the vital importance of UN SDGs and social entrepreneurship.
Recruiting for the modern military: new research examines why people choose to serve and who makes the ideal soldier
The recent investigations into alleged war crimes committed by Australian and UK special forces in Afghanistan have raised urgent questions about the conduct of people serving in the military.
How Business Can Harness Digital Technologies for Greater Social Impact
In today's world, businesses are increasingly recognizing the need to enhance their social impact, instead of leaving this role to government, humanitarian organizations, and social enterprises. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) sees private enterprises as key protagonists in achieving sustainable and equitable development.