Robin Oliver

25th Nov 19, 9:43am
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 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
9th Mar 19, 10:18am
Andrew Coleman on how the Tax Working Group produced a report that anything but looks to 'The Future of Tax'
Andrew Coleman on how the Tax Working Group produced a report that anything but looks to 'The Future of Tax'
9th Mar 19, 10:18am
24th Feb 19, 6:02am
Terry Baucher says the minority view in the Tax Working Group's final report means we could get an extension of the taxation of capital just to residential property investment 
Terry Baucher says the minority view in the Tax Working Group's final report means we could get an extension of the taxation of capital just to residential property investment 
24th Feb 19, 6:02am
29th Nov 18, 5:00am
Tax Working Group members Craig Elliffe and Robin Oliver discuss the challenges of creating a comprehensive Capital Gains Tax that excludes the family home
Tax Working Group members Craig Elliffe and Robin Oliver discuss the challenges of creating a comprehensive Capital Gains Tax that excludes the family home
29th Nov 18, 5:00am
20th Dec 17, 4:24pm
Govt's Tax Working Group features 11 members including Auckland University's Craig Elliffe, Business NZ's Kirk Hope & ex-IRD Deputy Commissioner Robin Oliver
Govt's Tax Working Group features 11 members including Auckland University's Craig Elliffe, Business NZ's Kirk Hope & ex-IRD Deputy Commissioner Robin Oliver
20th Dec 17, 4:24pm
6th May 17, 6:02am
Brian Fallow takes a look at the US tax reform process and assesses what it might mean for the OECD's base erosion and profit-shifting project and New Zealand in particular
Brian Fallow takes a look at the US tax reform process and assesses what it might mean for the OECD's base erosion and profit-shifting project and New Zealand in particular
6th May 17, 6:02am

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