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Finance and Expenditure Committee

Reserve Bank concedes its annual house price growth forecasts have been off by an average of 5.2 percentage points over the past decade
4th Aug 21, 5:23pm
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Reserve Bank concedes its annual house price growth forecasts have been off by an average of 5.2 percentage points over the past decade
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
Treasury says it's too early to tell if the RBNZ's moves to lower interest rates have increased wealth inequality, as Robertson defends his decision not to take more drastic action on housing last year
11th Feb 21, 4:38pm
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Treasury says it's too early to tell if the RBNZ's moves to lower interest rates have increased wealth inequality, as Robertson defends his decision not to take more drastic action on housing last year
Adrian Orr provides reminder the RBNZ might not have to loosen the monetary policy tap by as much as it has said it could
9th Dec 20, 2:13pm
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Adrian Orr provides reminder the RBNZ might not have to loosen the monetary policy tap by as much as it has said it could
Bell Gully's Richard Massey and Timothy Shiels summarise the extensive additional changes proposed to the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act by Parliament's Finance and Expenditure Committee
15th Nov 19, 9:22am
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Bell Gully's Richard Massey and Timothy Shiels summarise the extensive additional changes proposed to the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act by Parliament's Finance and Expenditure Committee
Tax experts: Govt should hold fire introducing rules to ring-fence rental losses until it knows if it'll introduce a capital gains tax, as we don't need both
10th Apr 19, 9:19am
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Tax experts: Govt should hold fire introducing rules to ring-fence rental losses until it knows if it'll introduce a capital gains tax, as we don't need both
Veiled threats by eBay and Alibaba that they could be forced to go offline if the Government doesn't give them more time to get ready to start paying GST met with scepticism by MPs
4th Apr 19, 1:21pm
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Veiled threats by eBay and Alibaba that they could be forced to go offline if the Government doesn't give them more time to get ready to start paying GST met with scepticism by MPs
Grant Robertson announces Budget 2019 will be delivered on May 30; Politicking sees collapse of public meeting where Budget priorities would've been discussed
13th Feb 19, 10:20am
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Grant Robertson announces Budget 2019 will be delivered on May 30; Politicking sees collapse of public meeting where Budget priorities would've been discussed
Robertson quiet on whether something's wrong when the RBNZ pays the Government a $430m dividend but can't afford to hire 15 new staff
13th Dec 18, 10:00am
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Robertson quiet on whether something's wrong when the RBNZ pays the Government a $430m dividend but can't afford to hire 15 new staff
Grant Robertson accuses Govt of pressuring EQC to lower its price tag on remaining quake claims to help reach Budget surplus; Bill English and EQC deny cooking the books
3rd Dec 15, 2:44pm
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Grant Robertson accuses Govt of pressuring EQC to lower its price tag on remaining quake claims to help reach Budget surplus; Bill English and EQC deny cooking the books
MPs reviewing covered bonds law concerned about depositor risk, and question why South Africa banned covered bonds to protect bank depositors
26th Jul 12, 2:52pm
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MPs reviewing covered bonds law concerned about depositor risk, and question why South Africa banned covered bonds to protect bank depositors
Treasury defends accounting practice of not booking potential SOE dividend losses from SOE sell-down until after election
29th Feb 12, 11:32am
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Treasury defends accounting practice of not booking potential SOE dividend losses from SOE sell-down until after election
Have your say: Parliament passes law ridding New Zealand of gift duty from October 1 this year
18th Aug 11, 10:02am
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Have your say: Parliament passes law ridding New Zealand of gift duty from October 1 this year
Gift duty to be abolished after Select Committee recommends Parliament passes tax bill
20th Jun 11, 5:14pm
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Gift duty to be abolished after Select Committee recommends Parliament passes tax bill
Retirement Commissioner says default KiwiSaver rate should be 4%; Has no money to roll out financial literacy materials to schools
11th Feb 11, 9:45am
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Retirement Commissioner says default KiwiSaver rate should be 4%; Has no money to roll out financial literacy materials to schools