BECA lobbies against cap

BECA lobbies against cap
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Business Events Councul of Australia (BECA) has welcomed the opportunity to voice their opposition on the cap level for self-education expenses.

The government has agreed to consult with industry and BECA will make a submission to the discussion paper.

"There has been such an outcry regarding this cap that government has had to listen to those affected," BECA executive manager Inge Garofani said.

BECA does not disagree with the concept of a cap. "The level of the cap should be decided through a consultation process," Garofani said.

The business events industry is not alone in its response to the cap, with the tax deduction change affecting professionals and industries who self-educate.

"Opening dialogue with industrues allows sensible discussion of the issue and hopefully a realistic outcome," Garofani said.

 

 

 

 

 

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