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OECD-FAO sees the world dairy herd expanding fast over the next ten years as emerging economies demand more fresh dairy products. But exporters will have less to offer
6th Jul 21, 8:53am
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OECD-FAO sees the world dairy herd expanding fast over the next ten years as emerging economies demand more fresh dairy products. But exporters will have less to offer
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue targets the construction industry; the unfair tax treatment of ACC lump sum payments; and the latest OECD data on carbon pricing
24th Apr 21, 10:16am
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The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue targets the construction industry; the unfair tax treatment of ACC lump sum payments; and the latest OECD data on carbon pricing
The Week in Tax. Cryptoassets under the spotlight; 10 years of compulsory zero rating for land transactions; and a warning for trustees moving to Australia
19th Apr 21, 11:41am
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The Week in Tax. Cryptoassets under the spotlight; 10 years of compulsory zero rating for land transactions; and a warning for trustees moving to Australia
In the Week in Tax Terry Baucher looks at unexpected tax bills for returning New Zealanders, time to simplify fringe benefits tax and a potential breakthrough on international tax
12th Apr 21, 10:00am
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In the Week in Tax Terry Baucher looks at unexpected tax bills for returning New Zealanders, time to simplify fringe benefits tax and a potential breakthrough on international tax
David Parker 'broadly supportive' of Janet Yellen's push for a global minimum corporate tax rate; Grant Robertson to virtually meet with Yellen next week
7th Apr 21, 5:36pm
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David Parker 'broadly supportive' of Janet Yellen's push for a global minimum corporate tax rate; Grant Robertson to virtually meet with Yellen next week
Chris Trotter probes the orthodox New Zealand Initiative's stinging attack on what it clearly regards as the Labour Government’s economic and political heresy
29th Mar 21, 8:00am
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Chris Trotter probes the orthodox New Zealand Initiative's stinging attack on what it clearly regards as the Labour Government’s economic and political heresy
The Week in Tax - New loss continuity rule for businesses, hopes rise for a global agreement on digital taxation, and the implications for Kiwis of the British budget
7th Mar 21, 11:15am
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The Week in Tax - New loss continuity rule for businesses, hopes rise for a global agreement on digital taxation, and the implications for Kiwis of the British budget
The Week in Tax: what will the Labour Government do? A growing role for green taxes, and Inland Revenue’s IT issues
25th Oct 20, 9:14am
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The Week in Tax: what will the Labour Government do? A growing role for green taxes, and Inland Revenue’s IT issues
Terry Baucher outlines a potential menu to rein in soaring house prices featuring the application of the thin capitalisation regime to investment property, and reintroduced and stricter LVR restrictions for all buyers except first home buyers
7th Oct 20, 10:29am
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Terry Baucher outlines a potential menu to rein in soaring house prices featuring the application of the thin capitalisation regime to investment property, and reintroduced and stricter LVR restrictions for all buyers except first home buyers
BNZ economist Paul Conway says the challenge for New Zealand's political parties is to reframe their thinking and create an economic plan that breaks the shackles of our 'economic geography'
18th Sep 20, 9:07am
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BNZ economist Paul Conway says the challenge for New Zealand's political parties is to reframe their thinking and create an economic plan that breaks the shackles of our 'economic geography'
Arthur Grimes wants to see clear accountabilities in place for achieving clearly defined wellbeing targets whoever leads the government after October's election
16th Sep 20, 9:39am
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Arthur Grimes wants to see clear accountabilities in place for achieving clearly defined wellbeing targets whoever leads the government after October's election
Alison Brook argues the COVID-19 crisis offers the opportunity for New Zealand to reorientate to a 'new normal' that will enable it to shrug off the decades of poor productivity and create sustainable growth
13th Aug 20, 12:33pm
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Alison Brook argues the COVID-19 crisis offers the opportunity for New Zealand to reorientate to a 'new normal' that will enable it to shrug off the decades of poor productivity and create sustainable growth
The Productivity Commission's Patrick Nolan says getting a clearer picture of what success looks like can help illustrate the challenges facing New Zealand firms striving to be world class
21st Jul 20, 8:56am
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The Productivity Commission's Patrick Nolan says getting a clearer picture of what success looks like can help illustrate the challenges facing New Zealand firms striving to be world class
The Week in Tax: proposed changes to the late payment penalty regime for Child Support. Millionaires want tax increases but the EU’s bite of Apple goes sour. And last days to organise a tax pooling payment for the 2019 tax year
19th Jul 20, 12:03pm
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The Week in Tax: proposed changes to the late payment penalty regime for Child Support. Millionaires want tax increases but the EU’s bite of Apple goes sour. And last days to organise a tax pooling payment for the 2019 tax year
Minister for Small Business Stuart Nash says he has held a preliminary discussion with Finance Minister Grant Robertson about making Covid-19 emergency SME loan scheme permanent, but there'd be a lot of work ahead if this was to happen
13th Jun 20, 9:51am
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Minister for Small Business Stuart Nash says he has held a preliminary discussion with Finance Minister Grant Robertson about making Covid-19 emergency SME loan scheme permanent, but there'd be a lot of work ahead if this was to happen
BNZ economist Paul Conway says the overarching objective of rebuilding the economy in the wake of COVID-19 must be to improve productivity and ensure the benefits are widely spread
24th May 20, 6:02am
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BNZ economist Paul Conway says the overarching objective of rebuilding the economy in the wake of COVID-19 must be to improve productivity and ensure the benefits are widely spread
Labour's government support partners would back regulation of retail payments as part of moves to stimulate the economy after the crushing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
26th Apr 20, 7:31am
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Labour's government support partners would back regulation of retail payments as part of moves to stimulate the economy after the crushing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
Terry Baucher on rising tax rates, the taxation of capital, environmental taxes, a rising corporate tax take & increasing power and reach of tax authorities
3rd Apr 20, 10:00am
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Terry Baucher on rising tax rates, the taxation of capital, environmental taxes, a rising corporate tax take & increasing power and reach of tax authorities
Tom Coupe on coronavirus. The quest for accurate statistics, misjudging risk, panic buying and the economic impact of pandemics
6th Mar 20, 10:00am
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Tom Coupe on coronavirus. The quest for accurate statistics, misjudging risk, panic buying and the economic impact of pandemics
Terry Baucher sees tax cuts and capital gains back on the agenda, the IRD targeting the hospitality industry, and the OECD reckons international tax reform could collect US$100 bln annually
24th Feb 20, 10:15am
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Terry Baucher sees tax cuts and capital gains back on the agenda, the IRD targeting the hospitality industry, and the OECD reckons international tax reform could collect US$100 bln annually
Expansionary monetary policies brings a huge issuance of lower grade corporate debt, up +US$2.1 tln in 2019 to US$13.5 tln as credit quality withers further
19th Feb 20, 10:51am
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Expansionary monetary policies brings a huge issuance of lower grade corporate debt, up +US$2.1 tln in 2019 to US$13.5 tln as credit quality withers further
Terry Baucher looks back at the big stories of the last year, and this decade, where tax held the spotlight right up to the end of 2019 and he can assess the impact of all the twists and turns
17th Dec 19, 6:50am
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Terry Baucher looks back at the big stories of the last year, and this decade, where tax held the spotlight right up to the end of 2019 and he can assess the impact of all the twists and turns
Terry Baucher digs into 4,000 'please explain' letters and counting from the IRD, the unintended consequences of a global tax rate, the future of GST, and what went wrong with the introduction of a capital gains tax
25th Nov 19, 9:43am
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Terry Baucher digs into 4,000 'please explain' letters and counting from the IRD, the unintended consequences of a global tax rate, the future of GST, and what went wrong with the introduction of a capital gains tax
Terry Baucher says property developers keep making the same GST mistake 19 years after the law was changed. The IRD is watching your credit cards. And the OECD proposes a global minimum tax rate
18th Nov 19, 7:22am
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Terry Baucher says property developers keep making the same GST mistake 19 years after the law was changed. The IRD is watching your credit cards. And the OECD proposes a global minimum tax rate
Terry Baucher talks to PwC's Geof Nightingale about what the public tax inquiries actually accomplished, land tax, environmental taxes, capital gains taxes, and taxing multinational companies and digital revenues
21st Oct 19, 10:38am
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Terry Baucher talks to PwC's Geof Nightingale about what the public tax inquiries actually accomplished, land tax, environmental taxes, capital gains taxes, and taxing multinational companies and digital revenues