Better to Give than Receive

Baker, Ken
December 1990
IPA Review;Winter90, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p24
Reports about the payment of government tax for presents received by Elsa Reuter's family. How the Australian Customs valued the parcel; Amount of the government tax; Government policy on taxing unsolicited gifts.


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