State urged to grant workers tax breaks on trade union fees in calls to change ‘discriminatory’ system
Financial Services Union is calling for tax relief on union subscriptions and the expansion of the banking levy to fintechs
The government is facing calls to implement tax deductions on workers’ trade union membership, and to dispense with a system that has been described as “discriminatory” and favourable to employers over staff.
The Financial Services Union (FSU), which represents workers in the banking, tech, gaming and other industries, has urged the Department of Finance to implement tax relief on trade union subscriptions.
In a pre-budget submission, it has claimed that the “current situation is discriminatory ...