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Tax Working Group

The Week in Tax – the potential tax implications of the Climate Change Commission’s draft advice, the latest from the OECD on international tax, and Inland Revenue's tax policy priorities
8th Feb 21, 9:29am
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The Week in Tax – the potential tax implications of the Climate Change Commission’s draft advice, the latest from the OECD on international tax, and Inland Revenue's tax policy priorities
Terry Baucher looks at some of the taxation ramifications from the Climate Change Commission's draft report
3rd Feb 21, 9:56am
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Terry Baucher looks at some of the taxation ramifications from the Climate Change Commission's draft report
Wealth taxes, taxes to address the 'climate emergency', and more active IRD enforcement are all trends Terry Baucher thinks we are likely to see this year
24th Jan 21, 10:59am
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Wealth taxes, taxes to address the 'climate emergency', and more active IRD enforcement are all trends Terry Baucher thinks we are likely to see this year
Susan St John looks into the 'housing elephant rampaging across New Zealand society' and assesses potential solutions
7th Dec 20, 9:23am
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Susan St John looks into the 'housing elephant rampaging across New Zealand society' and assesses potential solutions
Terry Baucher and Andrea Black discuss and delve into the business transformation project at the Inland Revenue Department
10th Nov 20, 12:25pm
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Terry Baucher and Andrea Black discuss and delve into the business transformation project at the Inland Revenue Department
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
Andrea Black probes ways of making tax settings fairer and more sustainable, so that wage and salary earners can feel confident they aren’t the only ones paying ‘their fair share’
20th Sep 20, 6:02am
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Andrea Black probes ways of making tax settings fairer and more sustainable, so that wage and salary earners can feel confident they aren’t the only ones paying ‘their fair share’
In interest.co.nz's Election Series, KPMG's John Cantin asks whether we have our tax settings right as NZ battles the COVID-19 crisis and other 21st century challenges
10th Aug 20, 5:54am
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In interest.co.nz's Election Series, KPMG's John Cantin asks whether we have our tax settings right as NZ battles the COVID-19 crisis and other 21st century challenges
Andrew Coleman looks at the options facing the Government for funding the Covid-related public debt
23rd Jul 20, 3:15pm
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Andrew Coleman looks at the options facing the Government for funding the Covid-related public debt
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
Terry Baucher finds the Inland Revenue taking a look at habitual land sales, two Tax Working Group recommendations get approved, and the IRD is asking questions about your foreign earnings
7th Oct 19, 1:27pm
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Terry Baucher finds the Inland Revenue taking a look at habitual land sales, two Tax Working Group recommendations get approved, and the IRD is asking questions about your foreign earnings
Terry Baucher introduces the IRD's financial arrangement rules which usually come as a big unwelcome surprise to taxpayers. He also looks at wage theft. And the latest political party tax ideas
1st Sep 19, 10:21am
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Terry Baucher introduces the IRD's financial arrangement rules which usually come as a big unwelcome surprise to taxpayers. He also looks at wage theft. And the latest political party tax ideas
Terry Baucher talks to Max Rashbrooke about taxing wealth, especially on those who have it and who are 'not in the system', and who 'pay very little tax now'
25th Aug 19, 8:25am
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Terry Baucher talks to Max Rashbrooke about taxing wealth, especially on those who have it and who are 'not in the system', and who 'pay very little tax now'
Auckland Council says there would be economic and administrative issues with introducing a vacant land tax and questions whether it could be justified
19th Aug 19, 3:28pm
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Auckland Council says there would be economic and administrative issues with introducing a vacant land tax and questions whether it could be justified
Productivity Commission’s proposal for a windfall gains tax on property owners who benefit from public infrastructure gets tick of approval from Auckland & Wellington mayors
4th Jul 19, 12:56pm
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Productivity Commission’s proposal for a windfall gains tax on property owners who benefit from public infrastructure gets tick of approval from Auckland & Wellington mayors
Productivity Commission details a series of potential funding options for local government, citing growing pressures from infrastructure, climate change and tourism
4th Jul 19, 5:00am
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Productivity Commission details a series of potential funding options for local government, citing growing pressures from infrastructure, climate change and tourism
Terry Baucher on the five most important tax-reforming finance ministers, Arthur Laffer, digital services tax, taxing marijuana and more
21st Jun 19, 10:00am
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Terry Baucher on the five most important tax-reforming finance ministers, Arthur Laffer, digital services tax, taxing marijuana and more
Unless we can find some way of taxing wealth as well as incomes, New Zealand is headed for an intergenerational economic meltdown, Grant Thornton tax partner Murray Brewer argues
2nd Jun 19, 6:02am
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Unless we can find some way of taxing wealth as well as incomes, New Zealand is headed for an intergenerational economic meltdown, Grant Thornton tax partner Murray Brewer argues
Terry Baucher talks to Deborah Russell, a Government MP about her role on the Parliamentary Finance & Expenditure Committee
31st May 19, 11:09am
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Terry Baucher talks to Deborah Russell, a Government MP about her role on the Parliamentary Finance & Expenditure Committee
Terry Baucher talks to ecological economist Marjan van den Belt about her role in the Tax Working Group
17th May 19, 11:44am
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Terry Baucher talks to ecological economist Marjan van den Belt about her role in the Tax Working Group
Geoff Simmons says capitalism can work, but only if it is a level playing field. Right now we have the opposite of a level playing field. We have a game that is rigged in the favour of a few
20th Apr 19, 10:02am
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Geoff Simmons says capitalism can work, but only if it is a level playing field. Right now we have the opposite of a level playing field. We have a game that is rigged in the favour of a few
Government tasks Productivity Commission with exploring options for taxing vacant land, to prioritise work on ways to encourage investment in significant infrastructure projects
17th Apr 19, 2:52pm
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Government tasks Productivity Commission with exploring options for taxing vacant land, to prioritise work on ways to encourage investment in significant infrastructure projects
Susan St John says the minority report from the Tax Working Group should be taken seriously if the desire is to reduce inequality and improve housing affordability
28th Mar 19, 10:09am
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Susan St John says the minority report from the Tax Working Group should be taken seriously if the desire is to reduce inequality and improve housing affordability
Gareth Morgan takes issue with the Tax Working Group including Michael Cullen's assertion that the capital gains tax (CGT) is best described as a 'tax on capital income', saying there appears total confusion over what income actually is
14th Mar 19, 2:06pm
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Gareth Morgan takes issue with the Tax Working Group including Michael Cullen's assertion that the capital gains tax (CGT) is best described as a 'tax on capital income', saying there appears total confusion over what income actually is
How businesses are affected by Capital Gains Tax will depend on how much it redistributes the tax burden, Greg Ninness says
13th Mar 19, 11:00am
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How businesses are affected by Capital Gains Tax will depend on how much it redistributes the tax burden, Greg Ninness says