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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
The global anti-money laundering watchdog suggested NZ consider developing a register of trusts. But even as it bolsters beneficial ownership information on companies & limited partnerships the government isn't taking this advice. Why?
6th Apr 22, 2:02pm
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The global anti-money laundering watchdog suggested NZ consider developing a register of trusts. But even as it bolsters beneficial ownership information on companies & limited partnerships the government isn't taking this advice. Why?
Economist Brian Easton says the claims that our current inflation is due to government spending are nonsensical
28th Mar 22, 8:30am
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Economist Brian Easton says the claims that our current inflation is due to government spending are nonsensical
One side says we should cut taxes but does not mention the implications for public spending; the other says we should increase public spending, but does not mention the implication for taxes, economist Brian Easton says
21st Mar 22, 8:33am
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One side says we should cut taxes but does not mention the implications for public spending; the other says we should increase public spending, but does not mention the implication for taxes, economist Brian Easton says
Terry Baucher on the latest Inland Revenue guidance on non-resident employers, calculating foreign tax credits, and whether the proposed social insurance scheme could incentivise more honest tax filings
13th Feb 22, 11:34am
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Terry Baucher on the latest Inland Revenue guidance on non-resident employers, calculating foreign tax credits, and whether the proposed social insurance scheme could incentivise more honest tax filings
Terry Baucher assesses the proposed income insurance scheme, the IRD's view on those who respond to the 39% disincentive, and the OECD's view on how we tax ourselves
7th Feb 22, 10:16am
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Terry Baucher assesses the proposed income insurance scheme, the IRD's view on those who respond to the 39% disincentive, and the OECD's view on how we tax ourselves
Terry Baucher looks at what’s ahead in the world of tax this year and finds some big issues, some lingering from the past, and some new ones to be grappled with
31st Jan 22, 9:00am
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Terry Baucher looks at what’s ahead in the world of tax this year and finds some big issues, some lingering from the past, and some new ones to be grappled with
Terry Baucher reviews his five 2020 predictions of where the tax world is heading in a world changed by a pandemic. His prognostications have been prescient
24th Dec 21, 11:18am
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Terry Baucher reviews his five 2020 predictions of where the tax world is heading in a world changed by a pandemic. His prognostications have been prescient
Te wiki o te tāke; A record tax take ahead, never mind COVID-19, a ground-breaking international tax deal and property taxation are the major tax stories for 2021
19th Dec 21, 5:59pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; A record tax take ahead, never mind COVID-19, a ground-breaking international tax deal and property taxation are the major tax stories for 2021
Te wiki o te tāke; Inland Revenue enlists the help of the Chinese tax authorities in a tax evasion case, the impact of COVID-19 on tax revenues internationally and Inland Revenue turns off its old tax computer system
12th Dec 21, 10:31am
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Te wiki o te tāke; Inland Revenue enlists the help of the Chinese tax authorities in a tax evasion case, the impact of COVID-19 on tax revenues internationally and Inland Revenue turns off its old tax computer system
Te wiki o te tāke; Latest Covid-19 development, Luxon keeps property debate in news, and Inland Revenue turns its attention to charities
6th Dec 21, 5:07pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; Latest Covid-19 development, Luxon keeps property debate in news, and Inland Revenue turns its attention to charities
Terry Baucher and Professor Craig Elliffe assess the recent global agreements on international taxation, some big changes and some messy compromises
29th Nov 21, 7:34am
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Terry Baucher and Professor Craig Elliffe assess the recent global agreements on international taxation, some big changes and some messy compromises
Te wiki o te tāke: Is it time to send Inland Revenue back to school? A warning from the UK about the creeping powers of tax authorities. And is it time for a one-off COVID tax on the banks?
22nd Nov 21, 11:26am
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Te wiki o te tāke: Is it time to send Inland Revenue back to school? A warning from the UK about the creeping powers of tax authorities. And is it time for a one-off COVID tax on the banks?
Te wiki o te tāke: Terry Baucher explores tax consequences that may be unintended in how trusts are managed, house buying, and possibly intended for the increases in the family tax credit
14th Nov 21, 10:32am
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Te wiki o te tāke: Terry Baucher explores tax consequences that may be unintended in how trusts are managed, house buying, and possibly intended for the increases in the family tax credit
Susan St John says this latest 'ad hoc policy change' from the Government will be used to make Working for Families less generous for ‘working’ families through a poorly understood sleight of hand
8th Nov 21, 3:48pm
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Susan St John says this latest 'ad hoc policy change' from the Government will be used to make Working for Families less generous for ‘working’ families through a poorly understood sleight of hand
Te wiki o te tāke; Shifting the top tax rate to 39% has energised the efforts of those affected to reorganise their affairs, just as they did the last time this was attempted. The IRD is watching more closely this time
7th Nov 21, 7:11pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; Shifting the top tax rate to 39% has energised the efforts of those affected to reorganise their affairs, just as they did the last time this was attempted. The IRD is watching more closely this time
Te wiki o te tāke; the latest COVID-19 updates and a look at Inland Revenue’s performance according to its latest annual report
31st Oct 21, 11:14am
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Te wiki o te tāke; the latest COVID-19 updates and a look at Inland Revenue’s performance according to its latest annual report
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
Te wiki o te tāke; A closer look at the proposed rollover relief contained in the recent supplementary order paper, Inland Revenue’s High Wealth Individuals Research project
24th Oct 21, 1:54pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; A closer look at the proposed rollover relief contained in the recent supplementary order paper, Inland Revenue’s High Wealth Individuals Research project
Te wiki o te tāke; Lisa Marriott explores with Terry Baucher how well and fairly the IRD collects the tax debt owed and whether the well-heeled have been taking advantage of tax relief arrangements
17th Oct 21, 2:47pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; Lisa Marriott explores with Terry Baucher how well and fairly the IRD collects the tax debt owed and whether the well-heeled have been taking advantage of tax relief arrangements
Transparency International calls for an end to the ability for the ultimate owners of NZ foreign trusts to avoid tax and financial transparency obligations in their home countries
14th Oct 21, 7:43am
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Transparency International calls for an end to the ability for the ultimate owners of NZ foreign trusts to avoid tax and financial transparency obligations in their home countries
Te wiki o te tāke: Bright-line test rollover relief, Inland Revenue consults on land taxation and cross border worker issues, and what could be the fallout from the Pandora Papers?
10th Oct 21, 9:52am
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Te wiki o te tāke: Bright-line test rollover relief, Inland Revenue consults on land taxation and cross border worker issues, and what could be the fallout from the Pandora Papers?
Terry Baucher takes a detailed look though a tax law lens at the interest limitation rules, what advice was adopted, and how these new rules will be applied
3rd Oct 21, 2:00pm
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Terry Baucher takes a detailed look though a tax law lens at the interest limitation rules, what advice was adopted, and how these new rules will be applied
Te Wiki o te Tāke; assessing trust in the tax system. Parliament’s enquiry into cryptocurrencies and the ATO launches a crackdown on disguised undeclared foreign income
26th Sep 21, 10:10am
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Te Wiki o te Tāke; assessing trust in the tax system. Parliament’s enquiry into cryptocurrencies and the ATO launches a crackdown on disguised undeclared foreign income
Government expected to reveal details of interest deductibility rule change for property investors early next week, only days ahead of the implementation date
23rd Sep 21, 2:54pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Government expected to reveal details of interest deductibility rule change for property investors early next week, only days ahead of the implementation date