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I just received my tax receipt from ATO and am wondering the rationale behind the two biggest spendings and their outcomes:

  • 外围体育投注Most of the money goes to welfare, of which most goes to the 'Aged' category. Yet, my understanding is that the quality of aged care homes in this country is generally very poor - based on the of COVID-19, and on the Four Corners 2 years ago.

  • Second biggest expense is Health. But I still have to pay for Medicare separately. What is this spending on 'Health' then?

外围体育投注To be fair: I am relatively new to the country and am glad to see something like a 'tax receipt'. This level of transparency is not common in the countries I come from, so it's a breath of fresh air already.

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