Foreign workers may be owed money from the ATO as "Backpacker Tax" ruled illegal
Around 150,000 foreign nationals come to Australia each year on working holidays and they've been paying a higher tax rate than Australian nationals for the same work.
Yesterday the "Backpacker Tax" was deemed illegal in a court of law
I spoke to Sharon Smallwood about the positive benefits for the Whitsundays region.
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The Australian Taxation Office has not advised whether the decision will be appealed.
Anne Burgess / Berry pickers in the Carse of Gowrie