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Inland Revenue

Te wiki o te tāke; Shining some light on the impenetrable maze of the financial arrangements regime; Inland Revenue brings estate agents into line; Google NZ's latest results show the need for international tax reform
26th Jun 22, 9:56am
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Te wiki o te tāke; Shining some light on the impenetrable maze of the financial arrangements regime; Inland Revenue brings estate agents into line; Google NZ's latest results show the need for international tax reform
Te wiki o te tāke: land taxation, is the disputes process fair and how much tax could legalising cannabis yield?
19th Jun 22, 6:42pm
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Te wiki o te tāke: land taxation, is the disputes process fair and how much tax could legalising cannabis yield?
Te wiki o te tāke: Inland Revenue backs away temporarily from controversial proposals targeting tax avoidance, tax and the first Emissions Reduction Plan, and delays mount for the OECD's ambitious tax plan
12th Jun 22, 5:18pm
Te wiki o te tāke: Inland Revenue backs away temporarily from controversial proposals targeting tax avoidance, tax and the first Emissions Reduction Plan, and delays mount for the OECD's ambitious tax plan
Terry Baucher reviews new details around the Cost of Living Payment, looks at wealth taxes and windfall profits taxes, updates the car travel reimbursement rates, and notes the longer-term perils of cheating on GST transactions
5th Jun 22, 12:07pm
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Terry Baucher reviews new details around the Cost of Living Payment, looks at wealth taxes and windfall profits taxes, updates the car travel reimbursement rates, and notes the longer-term perils of cheating on GST transactions
Te wiki o te tāke; Will the IRD be able to deliver the cost-of-living payment? Potentially unwelcome GST surprise for farmers selling up. The latest developments from the OECD
29th May 22, 1:50pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; Will the IRD be able to deliver the cost-of-living payment? Potentially unwelcome GST surprise for farmers selling up. The latest developments from the OECD
Te wiki o te tāke Budget Special – no big tax surprise but Inland Revenue gets some extra funding
19th May 22, 2:22pm
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Te wiki o te tāke Budget Special – no big tax surprise but Inland Revenue gets some extra funding
Te wiki o te tāke week; Consulting on international tax, a new CEO. Consulting on Working for Families, and a look ahead to the budget. All this plus the Rolling Stones
15th May 22, 7:41pm
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Te wiki o te tāke week; Consulting on international tax, a new CEO. Consulting on Working for Families, and a look ahead to the budget. All this plus the Rolling Stones
Former IRD Deputy Commissioner and current Secretary for Transport Peter Mersi to be IRD Commissioner and Chief Executive from July
10th May 22, 11:16am
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Former IRD Deputy Commissioner and current Secretary for Transport Peter Mersi to be IRD Commissioner and Chief Executive from July
Te wiki o te tāke; Inland Revenue gets ready for tax filing season, puts recipients of COVID-19 support payments under the microscope. Insights into the composition of the Top 0.1%
9th May 22, 12:35pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; Inland Revenue gets ready for tax filing season, puts recipients of COVID-19 support payments under the microscope. Insights into the composition of the Top 0.1%
Te wiki o te tāke - the Minister of Revenue goes back to first principles as the final due date for submissions on two controversial proposals illustrates why, and the IRS drops the ball
30th Apr 22, 3:58pm
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Te wiki o te tāke - the Minister of Revenue goes back to first principles as the final due date for submissions on two controversial proposals illustrates why, and the IRS drops the ball
Revenue Minister, worried about the fairness of the tax system, proposes creation of tax principles and reporting standards
26th Apr 22, 4:16pm
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Revenue Minister, worried about the fairness of the tax system, proposes creation of tax principles and reporting standards
Government investigating ways of preventing high-income earners from using trusts and companies to lower their personal tax bills
19th Mar 22, 9:30am
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Government investigating ways of preventing high-income earners from using trusts and companies to lower their personal tax bills
Government declines request for 'build-to-rent' developments to be exempt from the interest deduction tax change, but continues to consider ways to support the sector
11th Mar 22, 9:00am
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Government declines request for 'build-to-rent' developments to be exempt from the interest deduction tax change, but continues to consider ways to support the sector
How parents who help their kids buy houses might get stung (a little less than before) under the bright-line test
6th Mar 22, 6:00am
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How parents who help their kids buy houses might get stung (a little less than before) under the bright-line test
Government loosens criteria for new Covid Support Payment so more businesses are eligible; Businesses expected to receive around $750 million in total
25th Feb 22, 1:51pm
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Government loosens criteria for new Covid Support Payment so more businesses are eligible; Businesses expected to receive around $750 million in total
Covid-affected businesses able to apply for a new government cash payment and/or loan top-up
21st Feb 22, 3:15pm
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Covid-affected businesses able to apply for a new government cash payment and/or loan top-up
Large parts of central and upper North Island to move to Red setting in traffic light system on Friday; New one-off support payment available to businesses as Wage Subsidy ends
29th Nov 21, 4:14pm
Large parts of central and upper North Island to move to Red setting in traffic light system on Friday; New one-off support payment available to businesses as Wage Subsidy ends
Accountants and tax agents say confusion over tax rule changes is giving property investors cold feet and could result in high levels of non-compliance
28th Nov 21, 10:22am
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Accountants and tax agents say confusion over tax rule changes is giving property investors cold feet and could result in high levels of non-compliance
SME borrowing through the Inland Revenue run Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme reaches $1.85 billion from more than 114,000 borrowers
25th Oct 21, 8:55am
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SME borrowing through the Inland Revenue run Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme reaches $1.85 billion from more than 114,000 borrowers
Government avoids 'over-taxing' property investors by allowing interest deductions on taxable sales
29th Sep 21, 5:21pm
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Government avoids 'over-taxing' property investors by allowing interest deductions on taxable sales
Grant Robertson confident the Government won't need to borrow more to pay for this lockdown - for now; We take a closer look at the numbers
25th Aug 21, 12:30pm
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Grant Robertson confident the Government won't need to borrow more to pay for this lockdown - for now; We take a closer look at the numbers
Inland Revenue responds over criticism regarding surprise tax bills
17th Jun 21, 2:49pm
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Inland Revenue responds over criticism regarding surprise tax bills
Revenue Minister David Parker says demands for tax cuts aren't as 'realistic or responsible' as they might've been pre-COVID
11th Jun 21, 1:40pm
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Revenue Minister David Parker says demands for tax cuts aren't as 'realistic or responsible' as they might've been pre-COVID
Does the removal of interest deductibility for investors reduce the likelihood of the RBNZ further restricting bank lending? Quite possibly, Jenée Tibshraeny argues
2nd Apr 21, 7:01am
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Does the removal of interest deductibility for investors reduce the likelihood of the RBNZ further restricting bank lending? Quite possibly, Jenée Tibshraeny argues
Different tax rules for commercial and residential investment properties create uncertainty for owners of mixed use premises
27th Mar 21, 8:05am
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Different tax rules for commercial and residential investment properties create uncertainty for owners of mixed use premises