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Te wiki o te tāke - the Minister of Revenue goes back to first principles as the final due date for submissions on two controversial proposals illustrates why, and the IRS drops the ball
30th Apr 22, 3:58pm
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Te wiki o te tāke - the Minister of Revenue goes back to first principles as the final due date for submissions on two controversial proposals illustrates why, and the IRS drops the ball
Revenue Minister, worried about the fairness of the tax system, proposes creation of tax principles and reporting standards
26th Apr 22, 4:16pm
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Revenue Minister, worried about the fairness of the tax system, proposes creation of tax principles and reporting standards
Te wiki o te tāke; Interest limitation and bright-line test changes now enacted, guidance to help find your way through the maze of the financial arrangements rules, and the Australian Budget might give the IRD ideas
3rd Apr 22, 9:44am
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Te wiki o te tāke; Interest limitation and bright-line test changes now enacted, guidance to help find your way through the maze of the financial arrangements rules, and the Australian Budget might give the IRD ideas
Terry Baucher assesses the IRD's proposal for a big stick to counter top tax rate avoidance, potential tax changes make a difference to the cost of living, and what you should do to get ready for tax year end
27th Mar 22, 9:52am
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Terry Baucher assesses the IRD's proposal for a big stick to counter top tax rate avoidance, potential tax changes make a difference to the cost of living, and what you should do to get ready for tax year end
The IRD pushes on into regulating controversial areas like interest deduction limitation rules, taxing the gig economy, trusts, and top tax rate anti-avoidance measures. Terry Baucher reviews
20th Mar 22, 12:30pm
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The IRD pushes on into regulating controversial areas like interest deduction limitation rules, taxing the gig economy, trusts, and top tax rate anti-avoidance measures. Terry Baucher reviews
Petrol prices tipped to hit $3.00/litre, but a few things would need to happen under the hood before we get there
25th Jan 22, 4:06pm
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Petrol prices tipped to hit $3.00/litre, but a few things would need to happen under the hood before we get there
Thanks to Cullen’s clever alchemy, the base metals of neoliberalism could be transmuted into the glittering gold of 'modernisation'; and the grim squares of betrayal transformed into happy circles of fulfilment, Chris Trotter says
23rd Aug 21, 7:34am
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Thanks to Cullen’s clever alchemy, the base metals of neoliberalism could be transmuted into the glittering gold of 'modernisation'; and the grim squares of betrayal transformed into happy circles of fulfilment, Chris Trotter says
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
Budget 2021 - Summary of all tax collections
25th May 21, 10:42am
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Budget 2021 - Summary of all tax collections
The Week in Tax. Cryptoassets under the spotlight; 10 years of compulsory zero rating for land transactions; and a warning for trustees moving to Australia
19th Apr 21, 11:41am
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The Week in Tax. Cryptoassets under the spotlight; 10 years of compulsory zero rating for land transactions; and a warning for trustees moving to Australia
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?
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue is checking wage subsidy claims, the Australian Budget, and why GST rate cuts don't work
11th Oct 20, 1:31pm
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The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue is checking wage subsidy claims, the Australian Budget, and why GST rate cuts don't work
Brian Fallow suggests cutting the GST rate would have a more stimulatory impact on the economy than the National Party's proposed tax cuts
21st Sep 20, 10:32am
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Brian Fallow suggests cutting the GST rate would have a more stimulatory impact on the economy than the National Party's proposed tax cuts
The Week in Tax An expensive and too common GST mistake, reporting overseas income, and more on Labour’s higher income tax proposal
20th Sep 20, 9:29am
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The Week in Tax An expensive and too common GST mistake, reporting overseas income, and more on Labour’s higher income tax proposal
National Party's Paul Goldsmith says GST cash refund for businesses able to show their revenue dropped more than 50% across 2 successive months due to original lockdown no longer appropriate
28th Aug 20, 3:36pm
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National Party's Paul Goldsmith says GST cash refund for businesses able to show their revenue dropped more than 50% across 2 successive months due to original lockdown no longer appropriate
The Taxpayers Union calls for a GST cut from 15% to 10% for one year as an easy, effective way to get fiscal stimulus into the hands of everyone during the pandemic, and at half the cost of the wage subsidy
15th Aug 20, 10:16am
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The Taxpayers Union calls for a GST cut from 15% to 10% for one year as an easy, effective way to get fiscal stimulus into the hands of everyone during the pandemic, and at half the cost of the wage subsidy
ACT Leader David Seymour on how slashing tax and government spending will get New Zealand through the economic crisis
2nd Aug 20, 6:02am
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ACT Leader David Seymour on how slashing tax and government spending will get New Zealand through the economic crisis
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Tax - GST
25th Jul 20, 5:51am
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Tax - GST
Brian Fallow casts an eye over policies targeting SMEs that are emerging as a key electoral battle ground
16th Jun 20, 9:52am
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Brian Fallow casts an eye over policies targeting SMEs that are emerging as a key electoral battle ground
Budget 2020 - Summary of all tax collections
25th May 20, 11:51am
Budget 2020 - Summary of all tax collections
Economist Brian Easton wants the distribution impacts of public policy proposals and Budget policies to be more widely discussed because they lie behind so much ingrained inequality
11th May 20, 5:17pm
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Economist Brian Easton wants the distribution impacts of public policy proposals and Budget policies to be more widely discussed because they lie behind so much ingrained inequality
Simon Bridges says if in government the National Party would offer GST cash refunds to small businesses left 'shouldering a disproportionate amount' of the Covid-19 economic burden
5th May 20, 1:32pm
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Simon Bridges says if in government the National Party would offer GST cash refunds to small businesses left 'shouldering a disproportionate amount' of the Covid-19 economic burden
Terry Baucher looks at the home office expenditure payments situation and updates, the IRD gets a surprising new role, and a reminder it’s provisional tax time
4th May 20, 11:38am
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Terry Baucher looks at the home office expenditure payments situation and updates, the IRD gets a surprising new role, and a reminder it’s provisional tax time
Terry Baucher looks at the IRD's clarifications of the tax residency rules, explains what’s expected for owners of overseas rental property and the Department of Internal Affairs makes a bone-headed ruling
28th Apr 20, 10:35am
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Terry Baucher looks at the IRD's clarifications of the tax residency rules, explains what’s expected for owners of overseas rental property and the Department of Internal Affairs makes a bone-headed ruling
Terry Baucher looks at whether the tax loss carry-back proposal will help small businesses. He also advises, watch out for the trap in the foreign investment fund regime, and claiming home office deductions
20th Apr 20, 10:01am
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Terry Baucher looks at whether the tax loss carry-back proposal will help small businesses. He also advises, watch out for the trap in the foreign investment fund regime, and claiming home office deductions