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13th Oct 14, 10:16am
Terry Baucher shows how the IRD will soon adopt a strategy to expand the taxation of capital gains without drawing too much attention
Terry Baucher shows how the IRD will soon adopt a strategy to expand the taxation of capital gains without drawing too much attention
13th Oct 14, 10:16am
19th Sep 14, 9:22am
Terry Baucher says the lack of a capital gains tax makes tax policy illogical, and unfair to those priced out of the housing market
Terry Baucher says the lack of a capital gains tax makes tax policy illogical, and unfair to those priced out of the housing market
19th Sep 14, 9:22am
1st Jul 14, 5:24pm
Geoff Simmons welcomes the introduction of food labels, despite obvious flaws, and sees this as just the start of understanding the food value of what we eat
Geoff Simmons welcomes the introduction of food labels, despite obvious flaws, and sees this as just the start of understanding the food value of what we eat
1st Jul 14, 5:24pm
9th Jun 14, 10:14am
Terry Baucher urges taxpayers to give the Tax Simplification Panel plenty of useful feedback
Terry Baucher urges taxpayers to give the Tax Simplification Panel plenty of useful feedback
9th Jun 14, 10:14am
21st May 14, 12:05pm
Budget 2014 - Summary of all tax collections
Budget 2014 - Summary of all tax collections
21st May 14, 12:05pm
22nd Jan 14, 12:04pm
Cunliffe drops Labour proposals to exempt GST on fruit and veges and to exempt first NZ$5,000 of income from tax
Cunliffe drops Labour proposals to exempt GST on fruit and veges and to exempt first NZ$5,000 of income from tax
22nd Jan 14, 12:04pm
29th Nov 13, 10:38am
Friday's Top 10: A whisky bubble? the Scrooge McDuck problem; new slicing & dicing; parabolic gains; business overdrafts; Dilbert & more
Friday's Top 10: A whisky bubble? the Scrooge McDuck problem; new slicing & dicing; parabolic gains; business overdrafts; Dilbert & more
29th Nov 13, 10:38am
25th Nov 13, 4:12pm
Kiwi online retailers holding a 60% market share, holding off the challenge from the gigantic international online retailers
Kiwi online retailers holding a 60% market share, holding off the challenge from the gigantic international online retailers
25th Nov 13, 4:12pm
22nd Nov 13, 10:02am
Friday's Top 10: Christian Hawkesby on RBNZ speed and determination, secular stagnation, German aversion, feeding the world, Dilbert and more
Friday's Top 10: Christian Hawkesby on RBNZ speed and determination, secular stagnation, German aversion, feeding the world, Dilbert and more
22nd Nov 13, 10:02am
15th Nov 13, 10:20am
Friday's Top 10: Eric Crampton on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, GM food, GST, ivory, organ donors, plus Dilbert x4, Clarke & Dawe and more
Friday's Top 10: Eric Crampton on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, GM food, GST, ivory, organ donors, plus Dilbert x4, Clarke & Dawe and more
15th Nov 13, 10:20am
17th Oct 13, 3:45pm
New online retail index reveals the extent of our purchases outside the GST borders
New online retail index reveals the extent of our purchases outside the GST borders
17th Oct 13, 3:45pm
30th Jul 13, 2:18pm
Dave Grimmond thinks we should convert our GST system to apply it to all exports, exempt all imports, and let the NZ$ find a new balance
Dave Grimmond thinks we should convert our GST system to apply it to all exports, exempt all imports, and let the NZ$ find a new balance
30th Jul 13, 2:18pm
11th Jul 13, 5:31pm
Bank lobby group says banks don't want to help collect GST on goods bought overseas for less than $400 due to implementation and administrative complexity
Bank lobby group says banks don't want to help collect GST on goods bought overseas for less than $400 due to implementation and administrative complexity
11th Jul 13, 5:31pm
25th Jun 13, 10:49am
Matt Nolan looks at how taxes on consumption and capital income work, and how they differ from income taxes
Matt Nolan looks at how taxes on consumption and capital income work, and how they differ from income taxes
25th Jun 13, 10:49am
11th Jun 13, 10:14am
Matt Nolan looks at why we have income taxes, their benefits and the problems with efficiency and 'deadweight losses'
Matt Nolan looks at why we have income taxes, their benefits and the problems with efficiency and 'deadweight losses'
11th Jun 13, 10:14am
28th May 13, 10:36am
Matt Nolan looks at tax systems and how we can focus on fairness while keeping them efficient
Matt Nolan looks at tax systems and how we can focus on fairness while keeping them efficient
28th May 13, 10:36am
21st May 13, 3:13pm
Budget 2013- Summary of all tax collections
Budget 2013- Summary of all tax collections
21st May 13, 3:13pm
14th May 13, 1:41pm
Matt Nolan explores how tax distorts behaviour and who ends up bearing the actual cost of a tax
Matt Nolan explores how tax distorts behaviour and who ends up bearing the actual cost of a tax
14th May 13, 1:41pm
30th Apr 13, 12:08pm
Matt Nolan explores what tax is and the trade-offs involved with different ways of taxing
Matt Nolan explores what tax is and the trade-offs involved with different ways of taxing
30th Apr 13, 12:08pm
19th Dec 12, 9:32am
by Guest
Benje Patterson looks at how taxes can be collected for online shipments from offshore retailers, and the difficulties that Customs will face in enforcing any policy change
Benje Patterson looks at how taxes can be collected for online shipments from offshore retailers, and the difficulties that Customs will face in enforcing any policy change
19th Dec 12, 9:32am
12th Dec 12, 11:21am
Property investor Olly Newland shrugs off potential OCR hike from hawkish new RBNZ Governor Wheeler saying Reserve Bank 'not as separate from the govt as you might think'
Property investor Olly Newland shrugs off potential OCR hike from hawkish new RBNZ Governor Wheeler saying Reserve Bank 'not as separate from the govt as you might think'
12th Dec 12, 11:21am
25th May 12, 4:34pm
Budget 2012- Summary of all tax collections
Budget 2012- Summary of all tax collections
25th May 12, 4:34pm
16th May 12, 12:35am
by Guest
Both store-centric retailers and goverments need to accept that consumers are pushing sales online. Get used to it, he says
Both store-centric retailers and goverments need to accept that consumers are pushing sales online. Get used to it, he says
16th May 12, 12:35am
1st Apr 12, 9:35am
Are we saving too much to be able to afford those recent tax cuts? Bernard Hickey says we now have our tax settings seriously out of whack
Are we saving too much to be able to afford those recent tax cuts? Bernard Hickey says we now have our tax settings seriously out of whack
1st Apr 12, 9:35am
13th Feb 12, 8:34am
PM Key welcomes discussion on Auckland transport funding, but is wary of higher insurance costs already faced by households. Your view?
PM Key welcomes discussion on Auckland transport funding, but is wary of higher insurance costs already faced by households. Your view?
13th Feb 12, 8:34am

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