Richard Hogg's crimes resulted in millions of dollars of tax debts, but his victims are still awaiting their compensation payouts and fighting for justice.
It's estimated 18,000 people will die with unpaid student debt over the next 10 years and, at one point, there was a proposal to recover that money from deceased estates.
Three former Australian soldiers take the Australian Tax Office to court over tax taken out of their medical discharge benefits.
The Adelaide Magistrates Court hears tax office whistleblower Richard Boyle intends to fight 66 charges laid against him.
Australian Taxation Office whistleblower Richard Boyle breaks his silence on the personal toll of speaking up and facing a prison sentence of 161 years if found guilty.
Tax cuts are not just a relief for households, but also for a Reserve Bank rapidly running out of ammunition to boost a sagging economy. Any delay in getting the extra cash to people could prove costly, writes Michael Janda.
Labor's planned changes to negative gearing may be attracting all the attention, but at least one high-profile economist thinks its proposal to halve the capital gains tax discount will have an even bigger effect on property prices.
The United Australia Party wants to change the way companies pay their tax. But as RMIT ABC Fact Check found in 2013, such a change would be unlikely to give the economic boost the party is forecasting.
From personal income tax cuts to proposed changes to superannuation franking credits and negative gearing, the outcome of the federal election will affect how much people pay in taxes.
Labor will release its policy costings today, which are expected to outline $154 billion in savings to the budget over a decade, due to its contentious tax changes.