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Ross Stitt bemoans the state of Australian politics when it comes to economic development
1st Feb 24, 2:15pm
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Ross Stitt bemoans the state of Australian politics when it comes to economic development
While public officials argue and delay adopting global tax reforms, multinational companies continue to rort the variances in rates and arbitrage jurisdictions. More than US$2.4 tln of profits avoid minimum acceptable levels
22nd Nov 23, 12:09pm
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While public officials argue and delay adopting global tax reforms, multinational companies continue to rort the variances in rates and arbitrage jurisdictions. More than US$2.4 tln of profits avoid minimum acceptable levels
Ross Stitt says there’s something wrong with a political system that makes tax reform so difficult when moves to improve productivity, ensure fiscal sustainability, and address the ageing population are so obviously required
31st Oct 23, 10:45am
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Ross Stitt says there’s something wrong with a political system that makes tax reform so difficult when moves to improve productivity, ensure fiscal sustainability, and address the ageing population are so obviously required
The New Zealand Tax Podcast – are we making progress towards an agreement on international tax? What’s so bad about a financial transactions tax? And what now after the election?
22nd Oct 23, 1:51pm
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The New Zealand Tax Podcast – are we making progress towards an agreement on international tax? What’s so bad about a financial transactions tax? And what now after the election?
How does New Zealand's economy compare to nations we typically like to compare ourselves with?
23rd Jul 23, 8:08am
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How does New Zealand's economy compare to nations we typically like to compare ourselves with?
Guy Trafford says farmers should be welcoming the shift in focus to get the transport sector to reduce their emissions (as the rural sector has already done). Pity about the lack of options for farmers
7th May 23, 7:29pm
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Guy Trafford says farmers should be welcoming the shift in focus to get the transport sector to reduce their emissions (as the rural sector has already done). Pity about the lack of options for farmers
Productivity improvements in the rural sector are being held back by outdated restrictions and regulations that are no longer relevant. And that is a conclusion of Wellington officials
3rd May 23, 6:59pm
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Productivity improvements in the rural sector are being held back by outdated restrictions and regulations that are no longer relevant. And that is a conclusion of Wellington officials
BNZ chief economist Mike Jones thinks the RBNZ has made progress bringing the runaway economy back under control
28th Apr 23, 12:36pm
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BNZ chief economist Mike Jones thinks the RBNZ has made progress bringing the runaway economy back under control
Guy Trafford casts an eye over tax, spending, public servant numbers and rural regulation through a lens of Labour & National's records
28th Apr 23, 10:08am
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Guy Trafford casts an eye over tax, spending, public servant numbers and rural regulation through a lens of Labour & National's records
Te wiki o te tāke; The New Zealand Tax Podcast – shots fired in the debate over the true tax burden in New Zealand, and lessons from FATCA
24th Apr 23, 7:00am
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Te wiki o te tāke; The New Zealand Tax Podcast – shots fired in the debate over the true tax burden in New Zealand, and lessons from FATCA
The OECD is again looking into our economic future. Here’s what it's seeing for 2023 and 2024
21st Mar 23, 10:06am
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The OECD is again looking into our economic future. Here’s what it's seeing for 2023 and 2024
Amid the widespread fallout in crypto markets following the collapse of a major crypto exchange, The ECB Blog takes a look at where we stand with Bitcoin
3rd Dec 22, 8:43am
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Amid the widespread fallout in crypto markets following the collapse of a major crypto exchange, The ECB Blog takes a look at where we stand with Bitcoin
NZ has a long-running housing crisis, house prices have outstripped incomes since the early 2000s. But more than just housing supply and subsidies, we also need policies to make homes affordable and a long-term, apolitical programme for social housing
29th Nov 22, 2:07pm
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NZ has a long-running housing crisis, house prices have outstripped incomes since the early 2000s. But more than just housing supply and subsidies, we also need policies to make homes affordable and a long-term, apolitical programme for social housing
Competition regulators like NZ's Commerce Commission may help to combat rising prices for consumers
4th Nov 22, 12:45pm
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Competition regulators like NZ's Commerce Commission may help to combat rising prices for consumers
Digital technology can help NZ's 'last bus stop on the planet' economy improve productivity, RBNZ's Paul Conway says
7th Sep 22, 12:02pm
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Digital technology can help NZ's 'last bus stop on the planet' economy improve productivity, RBNZ's Paul Conway says
Te wiki o te tāke: Depreciating buildings; who are taxed the heaviest? and the OECD says housing should be taxed
24th Jul 22, 3:16pm
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Te wiki o te tāke: Depreciating buildings; who are taxed the heaviest? and the OECD says housing should be taxed
Te wiki o te tāke: Using tax law against gangs, OECD tax coordination on MNCs, Ireland's tax risks, IRD back liquidating defaulters, & more
17th Jul 22, 11:37am
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Te wiki o te tāke: Using tax law against gangs, OECD tax coordination on MNCs, Ireland's tax risks, IRD back liquidating defaulters, & more
Te wiki o te tāke; IRD targets overdue tax debt, GST on directors fees. Tax take rising. RBNZ analyses housing
10th Jul 22, 11:56am
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Te wiki o te tāke; IRD targets overdue tax debt, GST on directors fees. Tax take rising. RBNZ analyses housing
Te wiki o te tāke; Focus on international tax - getting serious about foreign income compliance; a $70 mln win over Big Tobacco. And how are we going to pay for our roads in the future?
3rd Jul 22, 9:00am
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Te wiki o te tāke; Focus on international tax - getting serious about foreign income compliance; a $70 mln win over Big Tobacco. And how are we going to pay for our roads in the future?
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
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