2018 was a very busy year for all involved here at the Australian Taxpayers' Alliance. With your help we were able to achieve significant policy wins during the year, with our campaigns to lower income taxes, fight higher energy prices, protect recreational fishing and campaign for better health policies in particular gaining widespread national attention.
2019 looks set to be an even bigger year for our fight to lower your taxes and protect our way of life. With a likely Shorten Government in power, we are bracing for the introduction of Labor's proposed Retiree Tax, increases in investment taxes, and of course a return to the job-killing, economy-destroying tax on carbon dioxide.
This is going to be the most important year for us yet. But to keep up the fight, we need your support now more than ever.
That is why I'm asking you to dig deep and donate generously so we can start the year off strong by clicking here!
Robyn, the past year has shown what we can do with your ongoing support. In 2018, just one of our major victories was keeping your electricity bills down by stopping the government's proposed National Energy Guarantee after we organised hundreds of thousands of emails to Members of Parliament to demand Cheaper Energy.Below is a snapshot of our key achievements in 2018 - all thanks to your support.
But the fight against government waste goes on. The prospect of a Shorten Labor Government in 2019 is a very real possibility and one which will certainly see new attempts to restrict our freedoms and take more from us in taxes.Unlike groups on the left, we don't accept any funds from governments, unions, or shady foreign billionaires. We rely on the generosity of members like yourself to operate.This is why we need your help in this vital year. Please click HERE to help us continue fighting in 2019! Whether it be $35, $50, $100, $250, More, Less, whatever you can afford, every dollar WILL make a difference.Thank you for all your support and here's to a wonderful and liberty-filled 2019!Brian MarlowCampaign DirectorAustralian Taxpayers' Alliance
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