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Max Rashbrooke

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
‘They’re nice to me, I’m nice to them’: new research sheds light on what motivates political party donors in New Zealand
11th Jul 22, 1:51pm
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‘They’re nice to me, I’m nice to them’: new research sheds light on what motivates political party donors in New Zealand
Geoff Simmons acknowledges Universal Basic Income isn’t a panacea, but argues it does provide a basic platform of dignity upon which people can stand and reach for their goals
29th Apr 20, 8:04am
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Geoff Simmons acknowledges Universal Basic Income isn’t a panacea, but argues it does provide a basic platform of dignity upon which people can stand and reach for their goals
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'
Stephen Forbes takes a look at what the Government has achieved and where it's heading after 18 months in office
9th May 19, 10:29am
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Stephen Forbes takes a look at what the Government has achieved and where it's heading after 18 months in office
Max Rashbrooke for The Spinoff attempts, as the Labour-led government approaches its first birthday, to divine whether there is a coherent ideological direction
8th Oct 18, 4:20pm
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Max Rashbrooke for The Spinoff attempts, as the Labour-led government approaches its first birthday, to divine whether there is a coherent ideological direction
Max Rashbrooke explores the use of 'common assets' in the building of individual wealth, and why he thinks it is 'fair' that those who gained an outsized benefit from them should share those gains with those who didn't
27th May 17, 11:05am
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Max Rashbrooke explores the use of 'common assets' in the building of individual wealth, and why he thinks it is 'fair' that those who gained an outsized benefit from them should share those gains with those who didn't
Capital gains, wealth & progressive income taxes: How to make New Zealand's tax settings fairer, reduce inequalities and provide a broader base for funding public services
25th May 17, 8:25am
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Capital gains, wealth & progressive income taxes: How to make New Zealand's tax settings fairer, reduce inequalities and provide a broader base for funding public services
Selena Eaqub on the responsibility of Nimbys, our bigger houses, Brexit pain, the need for fiscal stimulus, child poverty, local election apathy and more
14th Oct 16, 10:01am
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Selena Eaqub on the responsibility of Nimbys, our bigger houses, Brexit pain, the need for fiscal stimulus, child poverty, local election apathy and more
Max Rashbrooke warns taxes on wealth are needed to stop inequality from further compounding
13th Nov 15, 11:06am
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Max Rashbrooke warns taxes on wealth are needed to stop inequality from further compounding
Max Rashbrooke calls for more research on the NZ experience of wealth inequality & how wealth shapes incomes and opportunities
21st Oct 15, 2:02pm
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Max Rashbrooke calls for more research on the NZ experience of wealth inequality & how wealth shapes incomes and opportunities