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Government to get tough on taxes and not-for-profits

LAND tax, payroll tax and not-for-profit organisations will come under scrutiny in a three-year crackdown.

The Queensland Government will increase the Office of State Revenue's compliance activity to deliver additional revenue.

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Treasurer Curtis Pitt told Queensland Parliament said the move would "better secure the integrity of the state's revenue base".

"We will target an additional $10 million in revenue over three years from those taxpayers who try to avoid tax," he said.

"This includes those who incorrectly claim to be a not-for-profit organisation."

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