Being humans with particular economic social interest backgrounds, they apparently did not target companies for any government attention, except for the prospect of privatisation for departmental services.
The latter would increase company profit incomes and reduce federal government income and powers.
The Commission’s major recommendations targeted increased economic oppression for particularly low-income and middle-income people (the unemployed, the aged, disabled and the unhealthy).
An asset test for the family home for a pension was identified, but no report of any other high-income level tax changes or concession reductions or assets accumulation recommended for any government attention.
The recommendations reported, if implemented by the Federal Government, will substantially further increase the gap between the rich and the poor.