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Grant Robertson not keen to take up National's idea to extend tax rule change to help businesses with cashflow
17th Sep 21, 5:52pm
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Grant Robertson not keen to take up National's idea to extend tax rule change to help businesses with cashflow
Accountants point out some tricky traps for homeowners who need to be away for more than a year on secondment - or where a new-build or renovation takes more than a year to move in - if they need to sell that house within ten years
2nd Jun 21, 1:40pm
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Accountants point out some tricky traps for homeowners who need to be away for more than a year on secondment - or where a new-build or renovation takes more than a year to move in - if they need to sell that house within ten years
Accountants say for the Government to assume every employee who has a fringe benefit earns $180,000 or more is plain wrong, and the Fringe Benefit Tax is about to impose disproportional costs on most businesses
23rd Mar 21, 3:54pm
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Accountants say for the Government to assume every employee who has a fringe benefit earns $180,000 or more is plain wrong, and the Fringe Benefit Tax is about to impose disproportional costs on most businesses
Accountants say a fix for an obvious asset valuation problem when a business is sold has morphed into a lopsided tax bill solution that will become "overly punitive" for many unsuspecting SME buyers and sellers
8th Mar 21, 4:09pm
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Accountants say a fix for an obvious asset valuation problem when a business is sold has morphed into a lopsided tax bill solution that will become "overly punitive" for many unsuspecting SME buyers and sellers
Terry Baucher talks to Chris Cunniffe about how tax pooling works and why corporate taxpayers use systems like this. They also look at the reasons satisfaction with the IRD is now at a low point among tax agents
9th Dec 19, 2:09pm
Terry Baucher talks to Chris Cunniffe about how tax pooling works and why corporate taxpayers use systems like this. They also look at the reasons satisfaction with the IRD is now at a low point among tax agents
Will a new digital services tax backfire? Is it an 'ugly tax' that will bite some local companies hard, despite being aimed at tax-avoiding FAANGS? Should we worry about potential US retaliation? LawNews investigates
29th Jul 19, 11:56am
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Will a new digital services tax backfire? Is it an 'ugly tax' that will bite some local companies hard, despite being aimed at tax-avoiding FAANGS? Should we worry about potential US retaliation? LawNews investigates
Chartered Accountants research shows "massive under reporting" of business corruption
1st Feb 16, 11:57am
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Chartered Accountants research shows "massive under reporting" of business corruption
NZIER's Aaron Drew & John Ballingall look at the impact of disruptive technologies on Kiwis, and how we are facing up to the changes
21st Oct 15, 2:15pm
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NZIER's Aaron Drew & John Ballingall look at the impact of disruptive technologies on Kiwis, and how we are facing up to the changes