Foreigner workers, ABNs and the deregulation of labour market by stealth

As a landlord you need to help make sure your tenants are securely employed  http://snip.ly/365ct A MAcH 10 25 year lease solves your problem “The biggest failure of public administration since the formation of the Commonwealth of Australia in 1900.” Australian Tax Office insider. “The result of having the wrong system where taxes are too high and

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Lyft and Drive.ai Gear Up to Test Autonomous Ride Sharing

Most autonomous car companies see ridesharing and taxi services as the clearest way for fully autonomous vehicles to become useful and cost effective. Unsurprisingly, ridesharing companies (whose largest expense is paying human drivers) are in enthusiastic agreement. Lyft in particular has formed partnerships with GM’s Cruise Automation, Waymo, and nuTonomy. Last week, Lyft announced a new

As Amazon Pushes Forward With Robots, Workers Find New Roles

Jobs at Amazon are changing but total jobs for humans across the economy are falling. What is the answer? Less hours? Universal Basic Income? Amazon is on the forefront of automation, finding new ways of getting robots to do the work once handled by human employees. Source: As Amazon Pushes Forward With Robots, Workers Find

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Robot Tax | How Will It Impact On Your Property Investment?

Our economy and your property investment success depend on EVERYONE making enough money to consume goods and services. No customers, no tenants. Depending on whom you ask, robots and artificial intelligence are either coming to take your job, or you’re perfectly safe, at least for the near future. It’s just that this time around, even highly skilled jobs may be imperiled. Proceeds from the tax would bankroll things like job retraining, free community college, or perhaps a universal basic income―countermeasures Kim thinks might make a robotic future more bearable for humans.