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The New Zealand Tax Podcast – The Minister of Finance hints at review of charitable tax exemption; Inland Revenue targets smaller liquor outlets; How effective marginal tax rates act as disincentives
23rd Jun 24, 3:54pm
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The New Zealand Tax Podcast – The Minister of Finance hints at review of charitable tax exemption; Inland Revenue targets smaller liquor outlets; How effective marginal tax rates act as disincentives
The New Zealand Tax Podcast - the awkward discussion we’re not having. And Budget papers reveal how some could now have an effective tax rate of 128% - or even more
16th Jun 24, 5:13pm
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The New Zealand Tax Podcast - the awkward discussion we’re not having. And Budget papers reveal how some could now have an effective tax rate of 128% - or even more
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The New Zealand Tax Podcast – Budget preview: What might Inland Revenue get funding for and how Nicola Willis could raise $400 million
26th May 24, 7:24pm
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The New Zealand Tax Podcast – Budget preview: What might Inland Revenue get funding for and how Nicola Willis could raise $400 million
The New Zealand Tax Podcast: Major tax cuts in the Australian Budget; the problem with Facebook; and Treasury suggests a capital gains tax as part of 'structural reform'
21st May 24, 11:55am
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The New Zealand Tax Podcast: Major tax cuts in the Australian Budget; the problem with Facebook; and Treasury suggests a capital gains tax as part of 'structural reform'
Aussie Treasurer Jim Chalmers 'bitten by the giveaway bug' in a budget that contains good news for almost everyone, Stephen Bartos says
15th May 24, 10:56am
by Guest
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Aussie Treasurer Jim Chalmers 'bitten by the giveaway bug' in a budget that contains good news for almost everyone, Stephen Bartos says
The New Zealand Tax Podcast: The religious organisation charitable exemption in line for a review. And FBT to get new focus from the IRD
21st Apr 24, 5:20pm
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The New Zealand Tax Podcast: The religious organisation charitable exemption in line for a review. And FBT to get new focus from the IRD
The New Zealand Tax Podcast: Inland Revenue gets tough with construction industry bad debtors as they roll out a range of actions targeting tax evaders
14th Apr 24, 5:02pm
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The New Zealand Tax Podcast: Inland Revenue gets tough with construction industry bad debtors as they roll out a range of actions targeting tax evaders
The New Zealand Tax Podcast: Confusion over new Apps Tax; Treasury analyses the effects of taxes and benefits; and are the Australian raids on the business operations of the Exclusive Brethren an example for Inland Revenue?
8th Apr 24, 10:18am
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The New Zealand Tax Podcast: Confusion over new Apps Tax; Treasury analyses the effects of taxes and benefits; and are the Australian raids on the business operations of the Exclusive Brethren an example for Inland Revenue?
Terry Baucher on how the IRD is updating its investigations, merits of waste levies as a behavioural tax, and how being six minutes late could cost the ATO nearly $100 mln
2nd Dec 19, 10:32am
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Terry Baucher on how the IRD is updating its investigations, merits of waste levies as a behavioural tax, and how being six minutes late could cost the ATO nearly $100 mln
UBS argues APRA move on debt-to-income limits could hit Australian investors who have an owner-occupier mortgage and geared investments hard
20th Jun 18, 9:37am
UBS argues APRA move on debt-to-income limits could hit Australian investors who have an owner-occupier mortgage and geared investments hard
ASB's Aussie parent details another PERLS debt issue by its NZ branch giving the trifecta of Tier 1 Capital, NZ tax deductibility & Australian franking credits
21st Feb 17, 9:50pm
ASB's Aussie parent details another PERLS debt issue by its NZ branch giving the trifecta of Tier 1 Capital, NZ tax deductibility & Australian franking credits
The latest tax transparency report by the Australian Tax Office shows few large companies actually pay tax at the official rate. Just eight of them pay 43% of all tax actually paid by this group
11th Dec 16, 6:02am
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The latest tax transparency report by the Australian Tax Office shows few large companies actually pay tax at the official rate. Just eight of them pay 43% of all tax actually paid by this group
EY's Tori Sullivan argues introducing the modern equivalents of a town crier and the stocks so the public can throw rotten fruit at some corporate taxpayers isn't the way to improve our tax system
23rd Jun 16, 11:02am
by Guest
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EY's Tori Sullivan argues introducing the modern equivalents of a town crier and the stocks so the public can throw rotten fruit at some corporate taxpayers isn't the way to improve our tax system