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Crown accounts

Surging tax collections and spending plans that haven't yet gained any momentum are resulting in enormous changes in the Crown Accounts results
1st Jul 21, 1:39pm
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Surging tax collections and spending plans that haven't yet gained any momentum are resulting in enormous changes in the Crown Accounts results
Government books only $3.2 billion in the red, as New Zealanders spend more and require less support via the wage subsidy than expected
10th Nov 20, 11:22am
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Government books only $3.2 billion in the red, as New Zealanders spend more and require less support via the wage subsidy than expected
Net core Crown debt up $12.4 in April, as wage subsidy sees expenses soar; Crown accounts $12.8 billion in deficit
10th Jun 20, 3:34pm
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Net core Crown debt up $12.4 in April, as wage subsidy sees expenses soar; Crown accounts $12.8 billion in deficit
Crown financial statements detail whopping $5.3 billion increase in the value of the national rail freight network to $6.3 billion with valuation done on a public benefit basis rather than a commercial basis
8th Oct 19, 2:08pm
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Crown financial statements detail whopping $5.3 billion increase in the value of the national rail freight network to $6.3 billion with valuation done on a public benefit basis rather than a commercial basis
Finance Minister Grant Robertson says government's strong financial position provides 'the space for further opportunities to strengthen our economy as is necessary'
8th Oct 19, 1:06pm
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson says government's strong financial position provides 'the space for further opportunities to strengthen our economy as is necessary'
Why five months into the 2019 financial year none of the $90 million Treasury had set aside for KiwiBuild had been touched
19th Jan 19, 9:00am
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Why five months into the 2019 financial year none of the $90 million Treasury had set aside for KiwiBuild had been touched
Westpac economist Michael Gordon argues capacity constraints are restricting government spending more than its debt rules
10th Oct 18, 6:48am
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Westpac economist Michael Gordon argues capacity constraints are restricting government spending more than its debt rules
The Crown's tax take has grown quicker than its expenses, putting the Government in a position better than forecast in the Budget, debt target reached 4 years early
9th Oct 18, 1:11pm
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The Crown's tax take has grown quicker than its expenses, putting the Government in a position better than forecast in the Budget, debt target reached 4 years early
Higher than expected tax revenue and lower than forecast core expenses push govt's 7-month surplus to $1.145 bln, well above expectations
7th Mar 17, 10:00am
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Higher than expected tax revenue and lower than forecast core expenses push govt's 7-month surplus to $1.145 bln, well above expectations
Bill English, 'a quiet achiever who will deliver the Govt’s promised surplus', is politician of the year according to Trans Tasman Political Alert
3rd Dec 13, 1:02pm
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Bill English, 'a quiet achiever who will deliver the Govt’s promised surplus', is politician of the year according to Trans Tasman Political Alert
First-quarter Crown operating balance before gains and losses (OBEGAL) was a deficit of $1.3 billion, which was $382 million lower than expected
8th Nov 13, 10:32am
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First-quarter Crown operating balance before gains and losses (OBEGAL) was a deficit of $1.3 billion, which was $382 million lower than expected
The post-GFC taxpayer umbrella is still preventing $3.47 bln of bank funds from getting rained on
9th Oct 13, 2:33pm
The post-GFC taxpayer umbrella is still preventing $3.47 bln of bank funds from getting rained on
Three years in, Govt's financial assistance package has coughed up to fix just 249 leaky homes
9th Jul 13, 4:52pm
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Three years in, Govt's financial assistance package has coughed up to fix just 249 leaky homes
Treasury reports budget deficit for 6 months to December slightly below forecast on lower Treaty costs and slightly higher tax revenues
20th Feb 13, 10:26am
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Treasury reports budget deficit for 6 months to December slightly below forecast on lower Treaty costs and slightly higher tax revenues
Taxpayers' now 'only' on the hook for NZ$3.7 billion worth of bank wholesale debt, down from peak near NZ$11 billion in 2009
11th Oct 12, 4:16pm
Taxpayers' now 'only' on the hook for NZ$3.7 billion worth of bank wholesale debt, down from peak near NZ$11 billion in 2009
Govt provision for leaky home financial assistance slashed by NZ$378 mln to just NZ$189 mln with just 3,544 homeowners now expected to get money
11th Oct 12, 4:05pm
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Govt provision for leaky home financial assistance slashed by NZ$378 mln to just NZ$189 mln with just 3,544 homeowners now expected to get money
Tax cuts, lower interest rates slice NZ$100 million off government's tax take
14th Oct 11, 4:02pm
Tax cuts, lower interest rates slice NZ$100 million off government's tax take
Crown accounts value on the block AMI Insurance at NZ$159 million
12th Oct 11, 3:59pm
Crown accounts value on the block AMI Insurance at NZ$159 million
Government deficit on track with Treasury forecasts at NZ$5.8 billion after first five months of financial year
27th Jan 11, 10:21am
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Government deficit on track with Treasury forecasts at NZ$5.8 billion after first five months of financial year
Special report: Why the May Budget needs to show leadership
19th Feb 10, 4:59pm
Special report: Why the May Budget needs to show leadership
90 seconds at 9am: Dampening expectations; Super-regulator; Wal-Mart deflation
19th Feb 10, 9:15am
90 seconds at 9am: Dampening expectations; Super-regulator; Wal-Mart deflation
Budget deficit better than forecast due to extra GST day
29th Jan 10, 11:25am
Budget deficit better than forecast due to extra GST day
Govt's accounts better than expected in May
3rd Jul 09, 11:24am
Govt's accounts better than expected in May