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Te wiki o te tāke; the latest COVID-19 updates and a look at Inland Revenue’s performance according to its latest annual report
31st Oct 21, 11:14am
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Te wiki o te tāke; the latest COVID-19 updates and a look at Inland Revenue’s performance according to its latest annual report
Te wiki o te tāke; A closer look at the proposed rollover relief contained in the recent supplementary order paper, Inland Revenue’s High Wealth Individuals Research project
24th Oct 21, 1:54pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; A closer look at the proposed rollover relief contained in the recent supplementary order paper, Inland Revenue’s High Wealth Individuals Research project
Te wiki o te tāke; Lisa Marriott explores with Terry Baucher how well and fairly the IRD collects the tax debt owed and whether the well-heeled have been taking advantage of tax relief arrangements
17th Oct 21, 2:47pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; Lisa Marriott explores with Terry Baucher how well and fairly the IRD collects the tax debt owed and whether the well-heeled have been taking advantage of tax relief arrangements
Te wiki o te tāke: Bright-line test rollover relief, Inland Revenue consults on land taxation and cross border worker issues, and what could be the fallout from the Pandora Papers?
10th Oct 21, 9:52am
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Te wiki o te tāke: Bright-line test rollover relief, Inland Revenue consults on land taxation and cross border worker issues, and what could be the fallout from the Pandora Papers?
Auckland Council's chief economist sees little impact on the ground for developers from recent housing policy announcements, except house price growth will slow
1st May 21, 9:31am
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Auckland Council's chief economist sees little impact on the ground for developers from recent housing policy announcements, except house price growth will slow
The Week in Tax: more on the implications of the Government's shock property taxation proposals. And reflections on the future of tax
28th Mar 21, 5:22pm
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The Week in Tax: more on the implications of the Government's shock property taxation proposals. And reflections on the future of tax
Week in Tax Special: Changes to the bright-line test and interest deductibility rules as reviewed by tax specialist Terry Baucher
23rd Mar 21, 3:27pm
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Week in Tax Special: Changes to the bright-line test and interest deductibility rules as reviewed by tax specialist Terry Baucher
The Government has taken a gutsy approach to tackling the housing crisis - the days of highly leveraged property investment are likely over, Greg Ninness says
23rd Mar 21, 10:07am
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The Government has taken a gutsy approach to tackling the housing crisis - the days of highly leveraged property investment are likely over, Greg Ninness says
The Week in Tax - the state of Inland Revenue’s Business Transformation, Grant Robertson signals a crackdown on property speculation coming, and Inland Revenue’s latest view on tax avoidance
15th Feb 21, 11:13am
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The Week in Tax - the state of Inland Revenue’s Business Transformation, Grant Robertson signals a crackdown on property speculation coming, and Inland Revenue’s latest view on tax avoidance
CoreLogic says it's looking increasingly likely residential property investors will face tougher lending restrictions and new tax rules on capital gains
28th Jan 21, 9:45am
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CoreLogic says it's looking increasingly likely residential property investors will face tougher lending restrictions and new tax rules on capital gains
The Week in Tax: the new Minister of Revenue's first speech points the finger at multinationals. And will a bright-line test expansion become our capital gains tax?
29th Nov 20, 2:00pm
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The Week in Tax: the new Minister of Revenue's first speech points the finger at multinationals. And will a bright-line test expansion become our capital gains tax?
Almost everyone buying or selling residential property will now be required to provide their IRD number on land transfer documents
18th Jun 19, 3:55pm
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Almost everyone buying or selling residential property will now be required to provide their IRD number on land transfer documents
There are numerous ways the Government could cool the housing market if prices started rocketing up again, including the capital gains taxes we already have, Greg Ninness writes
30th Apr 19, 12:19pm
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There are numerous ways the Government could cool the housing market if prices started rocketing up again, including the capital gains taxes we already have, Greg Ninness writes
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
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Tax Working Group members Craig Elliffe and Robin Oliver discuss the challenges of creating a comprehensive Capital Gains Tax that excludes the family home
Jen​ée Tibshraeny crunches the numbers to figure out whether criticisms that the Labour Party is the 'tax party' are well-founded
28th Oct 18, 7:02am
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Jen​ée Tibshraeny crunches the numbers to figure out whether criticisms that the Labour Party is the 'tax party' are well-founded
Inland Revenue says any suggestion it has taken its eye off the ball when it comes to property investors is 'thoroughly misleading'
19th Sep 18, 4:06pm
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Inland Revenue says any suggestion it has taken its eye off the ball when it comes to property investors is 'thoroughly misleading'
Property information and analytics provider CoreLogic sees property transactions remaining constrained for the rest of the year, but doesn't expect a significant drop in volumes or values across the main centres
2nd May 18, 12:00pm
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Property information and analytics provider CoreLogic sees property transactions remaining constrained for the rest of the year, but doesn't expect a significant drop in volumes or values across the main centres
The Bill that will see the bright line test extended from two-years to five has passed its third reading and now awaits the Royal Assent to become law
28th Mar 18, 10:05am
by Jason Walls
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The Bill that will see the bright line test extended from two-years to five has passed its third reading and now awaits the Royal Assent to become law
National’s new finance spokeswoman Amy Adams says the IRD “don’t support [the bright line test] going to five years” – but a spokesman for the department says her comments are “not strictly true”
15th Mar 18, 2:27pm
by Jason Walls
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National’s new finance spokeswoman Amy Adams says the IRD “don’t support [the bright line test] going to five years” – but a spokesman for the department says her comments are “not strictly true”
The coalition is pressing on with plans to increase the 'bright line' test for residential property sales to cover a five year period; law changes expected to take effect in March
15th Feb 18, 12:23pm
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The coalition is pressing on with plans to increase the 'bright line' test for residential property sales to cover a five year period; law changes expected to take effect in March
New Housing Minister Phil Twyford talks tough on property speculators and opens the door to more overseas developers/builders doing work here
25th Nov 17, 7:10am
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New Housing Minister Phil Twyford talks tough on property speculators and opens the door to more overseas developers/builders doing work here
Labour confirms demand-side housing policies are all go, despite no mention in coalition agreement with NZ First; Super Fund set to keep being taxed, even though Peters raised a fuss over election period
27th Oct 17, 8:20am
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Labour confirms demand-side housing policies are all go, despite no mention in coalition agreement with NZ First; Super Fund set to keep being taxed, even though Peters raised a fuss over election period
Terry Baucher argues any political party wanting a fairer, more productive New Zealand needs to address the issue of the taxation of capital
29th Sep 17, 11:05am
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Terry Baucher argues any political party wanting a fairer, more productive New Zealand needs to address the issue of the taxation of capital
TOP's Geoff Simmons argues National & Labour are out to lunch when it comes to addressing the housing crisis and says TOP has the answers
17th Aug 17, 12:17pm
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TOP's Geoff Simmons argues National & Labour are out to lunch when it comes to addressing the housing crisis and says TOP has the answers
Terry Baucher on how the proliferation of KiwiSaver is making the need for a fully fledged capital gains tax all the more urgent  
10th May 17, 5:29pm
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Terry Baucher on how the proliferation of KiwiSaver is making the need for a fully fledged capital gains tax all the more urgent